The Ministry of Health said it expected to be able to provide an update later, on two “likely” cases of Covid-19 reported in Melbourne.

There are four new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand, all in managed isolation.
All four cases came from India, via Qatar, and arrived in the country on May 22, the Ministry of Health said.
In an update on Monday afternoon, the ministry also confirmed there are no new Covid-19 cases in the community.
A nurse tests for coronavirus in Upper Hutt. (File photo)
Two previously reported cases had now recovered, the ministry said, and seven previously reported cases had been reclassified as historical.
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A spokesman said the ministry also expected to be able to provide an update later on two likely cases in Melbourne.
The ministry is aware of reports of two likely positive cases in Melbourne and will be working with our counterparts in Australia.
The Victorian health department said the suspected cases were identified in Melbournes northern suburbs.
Health authorities believe the two cases are connected and are putting in place public health measures while both people are tested.
Meanwhile, Fiji recorded 18 new cases of the virus on the weekend the biggest increase in that country since the pandemic began in March 2020.
Ten of the new cases are from two related families.
On Sunday, there were six new cases of the virus announced in New Zealand. All were in managed isolation.
Two arrived on flights from the United States, two from India, and one apiece from Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.
The ministry also said on Sunday that further wastewater testing in Christchurch had returned negative results.
Covid response team vaccinator Nicholas Young administers the vaccine to Noorangi Puleosi in Palmerston North.
It came after traces of Covid-19 were found in wastewater samples taken in Christchurch, Rotorua, Queenstown and Wellington.
The total number of active cases in New Zealand is 24. New Zealands total number of confirmed cases is 2311.