Six more people have died from COVID-19 in Victoria as the state recorded 300 new cases in the past 24 hours.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said all six deaths were related to aged care outbreaks.
It is the state's deadliest day since the pandemic began.
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Seven new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the past 24 hours in NSW.
On Thursday, a Wangaratta resident was among 403 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Victoria.
The Department of Health and Human Services would not clarify if the resident was currently in Wangaratta or just registered their address as within the city.
The Wangaratta resident was not tested at the city's major coronavirus clinic.
North East Health Wangaratta, who have undertaken the majority of COVID-19 testing in the region, told The Border Mail they were not aware of the case.
Interim Chief Executive Tim Griffiths said the positive case did not come through their clinic or in-patient facilities.
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On Thursday, a Junee resident currently quarantining in Sydney tested positive for COVID-19 and brought MLHD's tally to 50.
Scott Morrison will meet with state and territory leaders on Friday to look at the national impact of the Victorian coronavirus outbreak.
On Thursday five deaths were recorded, taking the national toll to 133.
- with Australian Associated Press