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Health map confirms more than 15 cases of Coronavirus in Mandurah

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A health department map has outlined more than 15 cases of coronavirus across the Mandurah district.

The heat map, released by the Western Australian Health Department today, highlights confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state in their local government districts.

In the Mandurah district, more than 15 cases can be counted from the CBD and Halls Head area to Madora Bay and Lakelands

Photo: WA Health Coronavirus heat Map.

The map also shows one confirmed case in the Serpentine-Jarrahdale district and more than 10 cases scattered around the Rockingham region.

The health department said the map “will not reveal the exact location of individual cases, ensuring patient confidentiality”, or “include those cases from cruise ships.”

It comes after 29 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed across the state today, and travel restrictions were enforced overnght restricting non-essential travel between regions.

More to come.

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