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Victoria records 827 COVID-19 cases and 19 deaths

Victoria has registered 827 new COVID-19 cases and 19 deaths as it is just below its 90 percent vaccination threshold.

The cases were recorded from 48,427 test results processed on Monday, bringing the state’s total active cases to 9,420.

The death toll from the current Delta outbreak is now 479.

Recent cases have taken the seven-day average for daily infections to 1,082.

According to figures from the Victorian Ministry of Health, more than 89 percent of the population aged 12 and older are now fully vaccinated.

New rules linked to the 90 per cent vaccination threshold in the state’s out-of-lockdown timetable were already triggered at the end of last week.

The number of COVID-19 patients in the hospital has dropped to 303, with 44 active cases in the intensive care unit and 23 on respirators.

While fully vaccinated Victorians are now able to return to the office to work, new research suggests the work-from-home model is here to stay.

Infrastructure Victoria modeling predicts that about a third of state office staff will spend two or three business days at home by 2036.

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