Government sends 800 staff to help with Melbourne’s COVID-19 crisis [Video]

Government sends 800 staff to help with Melbourne’s COVID-19 crisis [Video]

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The city will get an additional 800 federal staff to help deal with the COVID-19 crisis, as well as 70 more defence force personnel.

It includes 100 staff to help with the coordination of community engagement, 500 to help doorknocking teams in hotspots and 200 clinical staff to help with testing.

An additional 70 Australian Defence Force personnel arrived in Melbourne on Monday night to help with Victoria's coronavirus situation. (Nine News)

Prime Minister Scott Morrison offered his support to premier Daniel Andrews after the state recorded 75 new COVID-19 cases yesterday, its highest in three months.

Over the weekend more than 80 people were diagnosed.

Ten suburbs have been declared hotspots, with door-to-door testing, including with a new saliva test now rolled out.

Australian Defence Force personnel assist with a COVID-19 testing at Melbourne Showgrounds on June 29, 2020 in Melbourne. (Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Overnight, the 70 Australian Defence Force medical staff arrived at Tullamarine airport, following the …

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