The Northern Territory has recorded its single largest daily rise in coronavirus cases — six new diagnoses, all among repatriated Australians in supervised quarantine.
- The six people all returned from India on government-organised repatriation flights
- They will remain in specialist care at the Howard Springs facility near Darwin
- Repatriated Australians are required to quarantine for two weeks in the secure facility
Five of the new cases arrived on a repatriation flight from New Delhi on Saturday.
Two men in their 40s, a woman in her 30s and two women in their 50s who were on that flight have since returned positive tests.
A man in his 30s who arrived on another flight from New Delhi four days earlier has also been diagnosed with…