The Northern Territory has its first coronavirus case since July, this time from a new overseas arrival.
An ex-pat from India has tested positive while in quarantine in Darwin.
The 31-year-old woman was flown into Darwin yesterday as part of a series of repatriation flights organised between the NT and Federal governments.
A plane carrying about 180 Australians landed in Darwin yesterday to begin their two weeks' quarantine at Howard Springs.
According to health officials, the woman tested negative in India but returned with a positive test soon after landing.
The woman's two children have also been tested and officials are waiting on those results.
Officials confirmed the woman was not from the NT.
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