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The last victim of the coronavirus in Australia, remembered as ‘unique of its kind’, while the national death toll hits 107

Pictured: Australia’s newest coronavirus victim, celebrating only his 90th birthday – while his granddaughter sends a heartbreaking message

  • Alf Jordan became the 107th person to die of the murderer COVID-19 in Australia
  • He recently celebrated his 90th birthday alone before dying
  • Mr. Jordan’s family has remembered him as ‘a kind soul and a unique species’
  • He is the 23rd registered dead in Victoria as the state battles through the second wave

Australia’s newest coronavirus victim is remembered as a “kind, caring and kind man who loved his family.”

Alf Jordan died in the Victoria hospital on Friday night of the murderer COVID-19, bringing the death toll in Australia to 107.

The beloved grandfather recently celebrated his 90th birthday just because of the corona virus.

His heartbroken family took to Facebook to share the tragic news and ask everyone to stay at home to slow the spread of the virus.

Alf Jordan became the 107th death in Australia after dying overnight from the murderer COVID-19

Alf Jordan became the 107th death in Australia after dying overnight from the murderer COVID-19

Mr. Jordan was remembered as 'one of a kind' after dying overnight from COVID-19

Mr. Jordan was remembered as 'one of a kind' after dying overnight from COVID-19

Mr. Jordan was remembered as ‘one of a kind’ after dying overnight from COVID-19

“It is with a heavy heart that I say, Alf lost his fight against Covid today,” wrote his granddaughter Gabrielle.

“So many memories with this kind soul. Anyone who knew him knows that he was certainly unique!

“RIP Alf, you’re being missed.”

His family told it Nine news he had only recently isolated his 90th birthday alone and was an avid Collingwood Magpies fan.

“Until he got sick with COVID-19, he could tell you which round it was every day,” they said in a statement.

Alf loved the cakes. Whenever he met someone new, his first question was, who did they have a shed for? And if he already knew you, there was no greeting from ” hello ”, he just shouted ” Go ‘cakes’ ‘!’

“It is with a heavy heart that I say, Alf lost his fight against Covid today,” wrote his granddaughter Gabrielle

Mr. Jordan's family said he was a fan of Collingwood Magpie

Mr. Jordan's family said he was a fan of Collingwood Magpie

Mr. Jordan’s family said he was a fan of Collingwood Magpie

Mr. Jordan became the 23rd person to die of COVID-19 in Victoria

Mr. Jordan became the 23rd person to die of COVID-19 in Victoria

Mr. Jordan became the 23rd person to die of COVID-19 in Victoria

Victoria registered a total of 216 positive cases on Saturday as the state struggles to curb the virus.

There are currently 1249 active cases known in the state.

Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, in the north of the state, have since gone back to phase 3 lockdown and the state is fighting through a second wave.

CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 9,059

New South Wales: 3474

Victoria: 3,560

Queensland: 1,070

Western Australia: 630

South Australia: 443

Tasmania: 228

Australian Capital Territory: 113

Northern Territory: 30

TOTAL CASES: 9,549

CURRENT ACTIVE CASES: 1285

KILL: 107

Residents are only allowed to leave their home for four reasons, including: exercising, working, buying essentials, and getting medical help.

Prime Minister Daniel Andrews reminded all Victorians that “we are here together” as they work to contain the virus.

“As difficult and challenging as it is, we cannot deny the reality of the situation we are facing, nor can we pretend that we are doing something other than following the rules,” he said.

People who are locked are also encouraged to wear face masks if the safe distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.

“Due to an abundance of caution, because it is relatively simple, we have to ask all Victorians when they are out of their house, and this mainly concerns the metropolis of Melbourne and Mitchell Shire … it is our request from you (to wear a mask), ‘said Mr Andrews on Friday.

“It’s not mandatory, we’re just asking that if you can wear a mask you can’t distance yourself from, that’s exactly what we want you to do.

“That’s a relatively small contribution, but one that can really make a big difference.”

The state government has already ordered two million reusable masks and one million single-use masks for the communities to slow down the spread of the deadly virus.

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