Daily Update

Daily update

 9 August

Today there were 394 new cases of COVID-19 reported and tragically, 17 more people have died from the virus. They include two men in their 50s, four men in their 70s, four women and two men in their 80s, and two men and three women in their 90s. Ten of these cases are linked to aged care outbreaks.

Of the cases reported today 49 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 345 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 7854 active cases and a total of 14,659 cases detected overall. There’s 634 people in hospital, 43 are in ICU.

Currently 1748 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 994 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 97 active cases in Monash, which is an increase of 2 case since yesterday and there’s been 203 total cases detected. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been no update today to any cases linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave. The number of cases is 60, as reported yesterday (8 August).

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

 It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 6 August has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (-3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 15 (+7)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 20 (+4)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 9 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 11 (+7)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 19 (+1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 8 (+1)

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 71 (+2)
  • Knox – 64 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 44 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 205 (-4)
  • Stonnington – 62 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 66 (-3)
  • Boroondara –  65 (0)
  • Kingston – 97 (+2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (878), Wyndham (942), Hume (578), Whittlesea (560) Melton (466), and Moreland (413).

8 August

Today there were 466 new cases of COVID-19 reported and sadly, 12 more people have died from the virus. They include a man in his 30s, two men in their 70s, two men and three women in their 80s and four women in their 90s. Six of these 12 cases are linked to aged care outbreaks.

Of the cases reported today 24 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 482 are under investigation. 

Please look out for one another and reach out to the services available if you or someone you know are in need of help.

As of today, Victoria has 7808 active cases and a total of 14,283 overall. There’s 636 people in hospital, 44 are in ICU.

Currently 1688 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 998 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 95 active cases in Monash, 200 in total cases detected, which is an increase of 1 case since yesterday. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

60 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

 It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 6 August has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (-3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 15 (+7)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 20 (+4)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 9 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 11 (+7)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 19 (+1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 8 (+1)

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 69 (+4)
  • Knox – 62 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 44 (-3)
  • Greater Dandenong – 209 (+7)
  • Stonnington – 60 (-2)
  • Glen Eira – 69 (-3)
  • Boroondara –  65 (-4)
  • Kingston – 95 (+3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (863), Wyndham (920), Hume (590), Whittlesea (557) Melton (488), and Moreland (404).

7 August

Today there were 450 new cases of COVID-19 reported and sadly, 11 more people have died from the virus. They include 1 woman in her 50s, 2 men in their 70s, 3 males and 3 females in their 80s and 2 females in their 90s. Seven of those 11 deaths are linked to aged care.

Of the cases reported today 42 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 408 are under investigation. 

Please look out for one another and reach out to the services available if you or someone you know are in need of help.

As of today, Victoria has 7637 active cases and a total of 13,867 overall. There’s 607 people in hospital, 41 are in ICU.

Currently 1548 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 911 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 94 active cases in Monash, 197 in total cases detected, which is an increase of 8 cases since yesterday’s numbers. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

60 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

 It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 6 August has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (-3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 15 (+7)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 20 (+4)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 9 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 11 (+7)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 19 (+1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 8 (+1)

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 65 (-2)
  • Knox – 61 (+6)
  • Maroondah – 47 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 202 (+2)
  • Stonnington – 62 (+1)
  • Glen Eira – 72 (-2)
  • Boroondara –  69 (0)
  • Kingston – 92 (+3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (849), Wyndham (910), Hume (567), Whittlesea (526) Melton (484), and Moreland (401).

6 August

Today there were 471 new cases of COVID-19 reported and sadly, 8 more people have died from the virus. They include 2 men in their 60s, 3 men and 2 women in their 80s and 1 woman in her 90s. Four of those cases are linked to aged care.

Of the cases reported today 81 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 390 are under investigation. 

Please look out for one another and reach out to the services available if you or someone you know are in need of help.

As of today, Victoria has 7449 active cases and a total of 13,469 overall. There’s 575 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU.

Currently 1435 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 810 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 86 active cases in Monash, 188 in total, which is an increase of 1 case since yesterday’s numbers. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

59 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

 It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 31 July has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 63 (-3)
  • Knox – 55 (+5)
  • Maroondah – 47 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 200 (+7)
  • Stonnington – 61 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 74 (-1)
  • Boroondara –  69 (-2)
  • Kingston – 89 (+6)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (813), Wyndham (906), Hume (559), Whittlesea (518) Melton (449), and Moreland (386).

5 August

Today’s number of 725 new COVID-19 cases was the highest to date and, sadly, 15 more people have died from the virus. They include a man in his 30s, three men and one woman in their 70s, three men and three women in their 80s and three men and one woman their 90s.

Ten of the 15 new deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities. 

This is a tragic reminder that we have STAY HOME and do all we can do to drive the transmission of the virus down so we keep others in the community safe, as well as our loved ones.  

Of the cases reported today 164 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 561 are under investigation. 

I know this is an anxious time for many of you and we are here for you. Please look out for one another and reach out to the services available if you or someone you know are in need of help.

As of today, Victoria has 7,227 active cases and a total of 13,035 overall. There’s 538 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU.

Currently 1435 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 729 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 85 active cases active cases in Monash, 183 in total, which is an increase of 6 cases since yesterday’s numbers. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

57 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 31 July has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 66 (+1)
  • Knox – 50 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 48 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 193 (+7)
  • Stonnington – 59 (+6)
  • Glen Eira – 75 (+9)
  • Boroondara – 71 (+1)
  • Kingston – 83 (+3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (791), Wyndham (860), Hume (528), Whittlesea (509) Melton (434), and Moreland (394).

4 August

There’s been 439 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these cases 63 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 376 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 6706 active cases and a total of 12,335 overall. There’s 456 people in hospital, 38 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 11 further deaths reported since yesterday, all connected to aged care. They include a man in his 70s, one man and three females in their 80s, two males and three females in their 90s and one woman in her 100s.

Currently 1186 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 731 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 79 active cases active cases in Monash, 174 in total, which is an increase of 1 case since yesterday’s numbers. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

37 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 31 July has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 65 (0)
  • Knox – 48 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 48 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 186 (+3)
  • Stonnington – 53 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 66 (+4)
  • Boroondara – 70 (+1)
  • Kingston – 80 (+13)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (749), Wyndham (766), Hume (491), Whittlesea (464) Melton (404), and Moreland (376).

3 August

There’s been 429 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these cases 36 are linked to outbreaks and 393 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 6489 active cases and a total of 11,937 overall. There’s 416 people in hospital, 35 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 13 further deaths reported since yesterday – 8 of these deaths are linked to aged care outbreaks.  The deaths are a man in his 60s, two men and a woman in their 70s, two men in their 80s and five women and two men in their 90s. 

Currently 1089 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 706 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s been an increase of 5 cases in Monash and we now have 84 active cases, 173 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

36 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

Other cases have been detected in aged care including at Estia Health Aged Care Facility in Glen Waverley. No information on how many cases is available.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. Only data up to 31 July has been made available.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 65 (-1)
  • Knox – 46 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 47 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 183 (+7)
  • Stonnington – 53 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 62 (+4)
  • Boroondara – 69 (+8)
  • Kingston – 67 (+8)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (749), Wyndham (744), Hume (488), Whittlesea (452) Melton (399), and Moreland (369).

2 August

There’s been 671 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 73 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 598 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 6,322 active cases and a total of 11,557 overall. There’s 385 people in hospital, 38 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 7 further deaths reported since yesterday – three women in their 70s, two women in their 80s and one man and one woman in their 90s. Six of these deaths are related to aged care facilities.

Currently 1,053 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 649 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s been an increase of 7 cases in Monash and we now have 79 active cases, 165 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

35 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME and under Stage 4, you cannot leave the 5km radius around your home.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is accurate as at 31 July - new data has not yet been released.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 66 (+1)
  • Knox – 45 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 47 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 176 (+15)
  • Stonnington – 54 (-3)
  • Glen Eira – 58 (+4)
  • Boroondara – 61 (+1)
  • Kingston – 59 (+4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (734), Wyndham (728), Hume (497), Whittlesea (455) Melton (390), and Moreland (370).

1 August

There’s been 397 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 37 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 360 are under investigation.  

As of today, Victoria has 5,919 active cases and a total of 10,931 overall. There’s 379 people in hospital, 41 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 3 further deaths reported since yesterday –  a woman in her 90s, and a man and a woman in their 80s. Two of these deaths are related to aged care facilities.

Currently 1008 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 637 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s been an increase of 5 cases in Monash and we now have 72 active cases, 157 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

33 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

DHHS has released data that breaks down the number of active cases by postcode.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus. It’s critical that people don’t get lulled in to a false sense of security that some areas are safer than others – they are not. The virus is everywhere and people should always assume that anyone, anywhere is carrying it and protect themselves accordingly in line with advice. The safest thing to do is to STAY HOME.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is accurate as at 31 July.

Postcode breakdown of active cases:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 16
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 6
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 10
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 10
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 18
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 7

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 65 (+1)
  • Knox – 44 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 46 (+3)
  • Greater Dandenong – 161 (+5)
  • Stonnington – 57 (+4)
  • Glen Eira – 54 (+2)
  • Boroondara – 60 (0)
  • Kingston – 55 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (684), Wyndham (676), Hume (462), Whittlesea (437) Melton (351), and Moreland (338).

31 July

There’s been 627 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today –  the second highest number of cases on record for Victoria. Of these new cases 77 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 550 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 5,743 active cases and a total of 10,577 overall. There’s 349 people in hospital, 36 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 8 further deaths reported since yesterday –  two men in their 50s, two men and one woman in their 70s and three men in their 80s. Four of these deaths relate to aged care facilities.  

Currently 928 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 614 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s been an increase of 2 cases in Monash and we now have 67 active cases, 152 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

31 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 64 (+4)
  • Knox – 42 (-2)
  • Maroondah – 43 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 156 (+12)
  • Stonnington – 53 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 52 (+7)
  • Boroondara – 60 (+5)
  • Kingston – 55 (-2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (671), Brimbank (658), Hume (460), Whittlesea (435) Melton (340), and Moreland (320).

30 July

There’s been 723 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today – Victoria’s highest daily total yet. Of these new cases 64 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 660 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 5,385 active cases and a total of 9,998 overall. There’s 312 people in hospital, 34 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 13 further deaths reported since yesterday –  three men and three women in their 70s, three men and two women in their 80s and two men in their 90s. 10 of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities.

Currently 877 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 549 active cases are linked to health care workers.

In recent days a single case in a staff member has been linked to Estia Health Aged Care in Glen Waverley, Australian Unity Campbell Place in Glen Waverley and VMCH Corpus Christi Aged Care in Clayton.

There’s been an increase of 2 cases in Monash and we now have 65 active cases, 146 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

30 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 60 (+1)
  • Knox – 44 (+3)
  • Maroondah – 42 (+4)
  • Greater Dandenong – 144 (+14)
  • Stonnington – 51 (+8)
  • Glen Eira – 45 (+5)
  • Boroondara – 55 (+4)
  • Kingston – 57 (+1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (651), Wyndham (601), Hume (428), Whittlesea (392) Melton (312), and Moreland (302).

29 July

There’s been 295 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 34 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 261 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 4,839 active cases and a total of 9,304 overall. There’s 307 people in hospital, 41 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been nine further deaths reported since yesterday –  a man in his 60s, a man in his 70s, three men and two women in their 80s and two women in their 90s. Seven of these are related to aged care facilities.

Currently 804 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 502 active cases are linked to health care workers.

A single case in a staff member has been linked to Estia Health Aged Care in Glen Waverley. In the last two days there’s also been a single case in a staff member at Australian Unity Campbell Place in Glen Waverley and VMCH Corpus Christi Aged Care in Clayton.

There’s been an increase of 4 cases in Monash and we now have 63 active cases, 141 in total. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

29 cases have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 59 (+1)
  • Knox – 41 (+3)
  • Maroondah – 38 (+5)
  • Greater Dandenong – 130 (+6)
  • Stonnington – 43 (-6)
  • Glen Eira – 40 (+2)
  • Boroondara – 51 (-7)
  • Kingston – 56 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (603), Wyndham (532), Hume (392), Whittlesea (352) Moreland (282) and Melbourne (276). 

28 July

There’s been 384 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 78 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 306 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 4,775 active cases and a total of 9,049 overall. There’s 260 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU.

Unfortunately there have been six new deaths reported since yesterday –  a man and woman in their 90s, two women and a man in their 80s and a man in his 70s. Fourth of the deaths are linked to aged care facilities.

Currently 769 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 414 active cases are linked to health care workers.

A single case in a staff member has been linked Australian Unity Campbell Place in Glen Waverley. Yesterday there was also a single case in a staff member at VMCH Corpus Christi Aged Care in Clayton.

There’s been an increase of 4 cases in Monash and we now have 59 active cases, 136 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 58 (+1)
  • Knox – 38 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 33 (+2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 124 (+25)
  • Stonnington – 49 (+6)
  • Glen Eira – 38 (+3)
  • Boroondara – 58 (+1)
  • Kingston – 57 (+2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (571), Wyndham (535), Hume (392), Whittlesea (334) Melbourne (287) and Moreland (274).

27 July

There’s been 532 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today – Victoria’s biggest day so far. Of these new cases 154 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 378 are under investigation. I know these numbers are deflating for many of us, but it’s important we stay the course and continue to do our part.

As of today, Victoria has 4,542 active cases and a total of 8,696 overall. There’s 245 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU.

Unfortunately there have been six new deaths reported since yesterday –  a man in his 50s, a woman and a man in their 70s, a woman and a man in their 80s and a woman in her 90s. Five of these were related to aged care facilities.

Currently 686 active cases are linked to 61 aged care settings and 400 active cases are linked to health care workers.

A single case in a staff member has been linked to VMCH Corpus Christi Aged Care in Clayton.

There’s been an increase of 2 cases in Monash and we now have 55 active cases, 130 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 57 (+2)
  • Knox – 36 (+3)
  • Maroondah – 31 (+7)
  • Greater Dandenong – 99 (+12)
  • Stonnington – 43 (+3)
  • Glen Eira – 35 (+4)
  • Boroondara – 57 (+5)
  • Kingston – 55 (+9)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (526), Wyndham (519, Hume (381), Whittlesea (327) Melbourne (291) and Moreland (265).

26 July

There’s been 459 new recorded cases of COVID-19 in Victoria today. Of these new cases 82 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 377 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 4,233 active cases and a total of 8,181 overall. There’s 228 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU.

Sadly there’s been 10 deaths since yesterday – a record number across Australia in any given day. Seven men and three women have died – with seven linked to known aged care outbreaks. Of the women who died, 2 were in their 80s and one in her 70s. Of the men, three were in their 70s, two in their 80s, one if his 60s and one in his 40s.

This reiterates that this virus does not discriminate based on age. It’s important all of us stay home, wear a mask when in public and continue to follow restrictions.

Currently 560 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 381 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s been an increase of 4 cases in Monash and we now have 53 active cases, 125 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 55 (+6)
  • Knox – 33 (+7)
  • Maroondah – 24 (+4)
  • Greater Dandenong – 87 (+3)
  • Stonnington – 40 (+1)
  • Glen Eira – 31 (+3)
  • Boroondara – 52 (0)
  • Kingston – 46 (+4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (515), Wyndham (476), Hume (354), Melbourne (279), Moreland (271) and Whittlesea (262).

25 July

There’s been 357 new recorded cases of COVID-19. Of these new cases 37 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 320 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,995 active cases and a total of 7,744 overall. There’s 229 people in hospital, 42 are in ICU. Sadly there’s been a further 5 deaths since yesterday – four women in their 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s and one man in his 80s. Three of the deaths are linked to aged care facilities. There’s currently 536 active cases linked to 38 separate aged care settings, roughly half are residents and half are staff.

I know this is particularly worrying for those of you who have loved ones in aged care, or if you have a family member who works in aged care.

There’s been an increase of 6 cases in Monash and we now have 49 active cases, 118 in total.

21 cases have been linked to the Woolworths distributions centre in Mulgrave.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Here are the updated numbers for our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 49 (+4)
  • Knox – 26 (4)
  • Maroondah – 20 (+2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 84 (+14)
  • Stonnington – 39 (3)
  • Glen Eira – 28 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 52 (+2)
  • Kingston – 42 (+4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (474), Brimbank (481), Hume (338), Melbourne (281), Moreland (238) and Whittlesea (245).

24 July 

Today’s numbers have seen a significant drop from yesterday. There’s been 300 new recorded cases of COVID-19. Of these new cases 51 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 249 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,734 active cases and a total of 7,405 overall. There’s 206 people in hospital, 41 are in ICU. Sadly there’s been a further 7 deaths since yesterday – two men and two women aged in their 80s and two men and one woman aged in their 90s. Five of these deaths are linked to aged care settings.

There’s been an increase of 2 cases in Monash and we now have 43 active cases, 112 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Here are the updated numbers in our neighbouring municipalities:

  • Whitehorse – 45 (-1)
  • Knox – 22 (0)
  • Maroondah – 18 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 70 (+16)
  • Stonnington – 36 (1)
  • Glen Eira – 27 (+3)
  • Boroondara – 50 (+1)
  • Kingston – 38 (+5)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (460), Brimbank (436), Hume (343), Melbourne (263), Moreland (227) and Moonee Valley (207).

23 July

Today’s numbers of cases are still high but not as high as yesterday. Today we have 403 new recorded cases of COVID-19. Of these new cases 69 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 334 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3630 active cases and a total of 7125 overall. There’s 201 people in hospital, 40 are in ICU. Sadly there’s been a further 5 further deaths overnight - a man in his 50s and a man in his 70s that were not linked to known outbreaks.  A woman in her 70s, a man in his 80s and a man in his 90s have also died and these cases are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities. 

There’s been an increase of 1 case in Monash and we now have 41 active cases, 109 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities -  of note, 21 cases have been linked to Clever Kids Childcare in Ashburton in neighbouring Boroondara.

Here are the updated numbers:

  • Whitehorse – 46 (-4)
  • Knox – 22 (+4)
  • Maroondah – 17 (+2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 54 (+9)
  • Stonnington – 35 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 24 (+3)
  • Boroondara – 49 (+3)
  • Kingston – 33 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (439), Brimbank (411), Hume (335), Melbourne (276), Moreland (222) and Moonee Valley (214).

22 July

There's 484 new recorded cases of COVID-19 in Victoria today – the largest daily total we have had so far. Of these new cases 97 are connected to outbreaks or complex cases and 387 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 3,408 active cases. There’s 205 people in hospital, 40 are in ICU. There’s been a further two deaths of two males in their 90s, associated with Aged Care settings.

There’s been an increase of 3 cases in Monash and we now have 40 active cases, 107 in total.

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below:

  • Whitehorse – 50 (+2)
  • Knox – 18 (+4)
  • Maroondah – 15 (+2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 54 (+10)
  • Stonnington – 35 (-3)
  • Glen Eira – 21 (+3)
  • Boroondara – 46 (+3)
  • Kingston – 33 (+7)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (412), Brimbank (358), Hume (329), Melbourne (275), Moreland (207) and Moonee Valley (206).

 21 July

There’s 374 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 62 are connected to known and contained outbreaks and 312 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3147 active cases. There’s 174 people in hospital, 36 are in ICU. There’s been 3 more deaths related to the virus, women in their 80s. 90s and 100s.

There’s been an increase of 4 cases in Monash and we now have 37 active cases, 99 in total.

15 cases of the virus have been linked to the Woolworths Distribution Centre in Mulgrave

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below:

  • Whitehorse – 48 (0)
  • Knox – 14 (+2)
  • Maroondah – 13 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 44 (+7)
  • Stonnington – 38 (+3)
  • Glen Eira – 18 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 43 (+5)
  • Kingston – 26 (+6)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (370), Hume (308), Melbourne (272), Brimbank (289), Moonee Valley (212) and Moreland (191)

20 July

There's 275 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 28 are connected to known and contained outbreaks and 247 are under investigation.

While there has been a slight decrease in numbers from yesterday, it’s important we remain vigilant and continue to do the right thing for ourselves, our families and our communities.

As of today Victoria has 2,913 active cases, with total cases sitting at 5,942. 147 people are in hospital, with 31 of those ICU. Sadly there has been a further death, bringing the total death toll to 39 people in Victoria. 

There’s been an increase of 2 cases in Monash and we now have 33 active cases, 93 in total. 

Please note, DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below:

  • Whitehorse – 48 (+3)
  • Knox – 12 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 12 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 37 (+4)
  • Stonnington – 35 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 17 (0)
  • Boroondara – 38 (+3)
  • Kingston – 20 (+6)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (350), Hume (286), Melbourne (274), Brimbank (271), Moonee Valley (220) and Moreland (160).

19 July

There’s 363 new recorded cases of COVID-19 today. Of these new cases 36 are connected to known and contained outbreaks and 327 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2837 active cases. The total cases we’ve had in Victoria now stands at 5696. There’s 130 people in hospital, 28 are in ICU. Sadly there’s been 3 further deaths related to the virus.

There’s been an increase of 1 case in Monash and we now have 31 active cases, 89 in total. The Chief Health Officer's media release says a single case is linked to Japara Highbury aged care in Glen Waverley.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below:

  • Whitehorse – 45 (+2)
  • Knox – 13 (+4)
  • Maroondah – 12 (+2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 33 (+12)
  • Stonnington – 35 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 17 (+2)
  • Boroondara – 35 (+3)
  • Kingston – 14 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Hume (300), Wyndham (340), Melbourne (299), Brimbank (252), Moonee Valley (225) and Moreland (158). 

18 July

There’s 217 new cases of COVID-19 today. The Premier reminded us that this is not a normal weekend. Please stay home. Follow the rules, wear a mask and get tested if you have even slight symptoms.

Of these new cases 11 are connected to known and contained outbreaks, 1 is from hotel quarantine and 205 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2608 active cases. There’s 110 people in hospital, 25 are in ICU.  Sadly there’s been 2 further deaths related to the virus.

There’s been an increase of 4 cases in Monash and we now have 30 active cases.

DHHS does not release a specific breakdown of the suburbs where people were infected or the suburb people with COVID-19 reside

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

Whitehorse – 43 (+5)
Knox – 9 (-1)
Maroondah – 10 (0)
Greater Dandenong – 21 (+3)
Stonnington – 33 (+1)
Glen Eira – 15 (+2)
Boroondara – 32 (+1)
Kingston – 14 (+1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Hume (277), Wyndham (308), Melbourne (289), Brimbank (240), Moonee Valley (234) and Moreland (137). 

17 July

There’s 428 new cases of COVID-19 today. As the Chief Health Officer said, this is disappointing and concern. Please everyone, stay home! Of these new cases 57 are connected to known and contained outbreaks, 1 is from quarantine and 370 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2462 active cases and a total of 5165 confirmed cases. There’s 122 people in hospital, 31 are in ICU.  Sadly there’s been 3 further deaths related to the virus.

Thankfully there’s been no increases in cases in Monash today. We still have 26 active cases but let’s continue doing the right thing to keep these cases from growing. To date we have had 84 cases in Monash.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

Whitehorse – 38 (+3)
Knox – 10 (+4)
Maroondah – 10 (+1)
Greater Dandenong – 18 (+8)
Stonnington – 32 (+7)
Glen Eira – 13 (+2)
Boroondara – 31 (+5)
Kingston – 13 (+2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Hume (299), Wyndham (265), Melbourne (264), Brimbank (238), Moonee Valley (223) and Moreland (133).

16 July

Today’s news that there’s 317 new cases of COVID-19 leave us in no doubt we have no room for complacency with this virus.

Of these new cases 28 are connected to known and contained outbreaks and 289 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2128 active cases and a total of 4750 confirmed cases. There’s 109 people in hospital, 29 are in ICU.   Sadly there’s been two further deaths related to the virus.

Monash currently has 26 active cases - 3 more cases than yesterday. To date we have had 84 cases in Monash.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

  • Whitehorse – 35 (+1)
  • Knox – 6 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 9 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 25 (+4)
  • Glen Eira – 11 (+2)
  • Boroondara – 26 (+3)
  • Kingston – 11 (+4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (265), Hume (251), Melbourne (225), Moonee Valley (219), Brimbank (180), and Moreland (118). 

15 July

Thank you to everyone in the community who is staying home as much as possible to address this current health crisis we are all facing.

Victoria has recorded 238 new cases identified overnight – 209 of these are still under investigation. There were 27,040 tests undertaken yesterday (14 July).

As of today, Victoria has 1931 active cases and a total of 4448 confirmed cases. There’s 20 more people in hospital from yesterday’s figure, 105 in total, and 27 are in ICU.   

Monash currently has 23 active cases. To date we have had 79 cases in Monash.

The Chief Health Officer has again stated the seriousness of this virus and that a proportion of all new cases detected each day will require hospitalisation. Stick to the rules, get tested if you have even minor symptoms and self-isolate after you’ve had a test. It’s so important.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

  • Whitehorse – 34
  • Knox – 5
  • Maroondah – 8
  • Greater Dandenong – 11
  • Stonnington – 21
  • Glen Eira – 9
  • Boroondara – 23
  • Kingston – 7

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (249), Hume (235), Melbourne (209), Moonee Valley (209), Brimbank (156), and Moreland (111). 

14 July 2020

Victoria has recorded 270 new cases identified overnight - 28 of these cases are linked to known and contained outbreaks and 242 are under investigation. There were 21,995 tests undertaken yesterday (13 July).

As of today, Victoria has 1803 active cases and a total of 4224 confirmed cases. At this stage, 85 Victorians are in hospital, 26 are in ICU.   

Monash currently has 21 active cases. To date we have had 76 cases in Monash.

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

  • Whitehorse – 29
  • Knox – 6
  • Maroondah – 8
  • Greater Dandenong – 5
  • Stonnington – 20
  • Glen Eira – 6
  • Boroondara – 23
  • Kingston – 5

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Hume (246), Wyndham (231), Melbourne (211), Moonee Valley (195), Brimbank (153), and Moreland (97). 

13 July 2020

177 new cases identified overnight - 25 of these cases are linked to known outbreaks, 1 is from hotel quarantine and 151 are under investigation. There were 22943 tests undertaken yesterday (12 July).

Victoria has 1612 active cases with a total of 3967 cases overall. At this stage, 72 Victorians are in hospital, with 17 in intensive care.

Monash has recorded 1 new case, bringing our total active cases to 22 at this time. 76 cases in Monash. Today we became aware of a confirmed case from a student at Glen Waverley Secondary College. The DHHS has determined the school does not need to close and further contact tracing is not required as the infection happened before the school holidays. We continue to stay in touch with the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS).

DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below:

  • Whitehorse – 24
  • Knox – 6
  • Maroondah – 7
  • Greater Dandenong – 3
  • Stonnington – 18
  • Glen Eira – 4
  • Boroondara – 18
  • Kingston – 5

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Hume (222), Melbourne (217), Wyndham (209), Moonee Valley (178), Brimbank (127), and Moreland (88).

12 July 2020

273 new cases identified overnight. 22 of these cases are linked to known outbreaks, 25 were identified through routine testing and 226 are under investigation.

Victoria has 1,484 active cases with a total of 3,799 cases overall. At this stage, 562 cases may indicate community transmission. 57 Victorians are in hospital, with 16 in intensive care.

Monash has recorded 2 new cases, bringing our total active cases to 21 at this time. 75 cases in Monash. Earlier this week we became aware of a confirmed case from a staff member at Woolworths in Mount Waverley. DHHS notes that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

There have also been some changes to cases in our neighbouring municipalities, with the updated numbers below: 

  • Whitehorse – 23
  • Knox – 6
  • Maroondah – 7
  • Greater Dandenong – 4
  • Stonnington – 15
  • Glen Eira – 3
  • Boroondara – 17
  • Kingston – 5

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads have seen significant increases: Melbourne (229), Hume (209), Wyndham (196), Moonee Valley (163), Brimbank (116), and Moreland (75).

11 July 2020

216 cases recorded overnight. 30 of these cases are linked to known outbreaks, with 126 still under investigation. Victoria has 1,249 active cases with a total of 3,560 cases overall. At this stage, 535 of those cases may indicate community transmission. 49 Victorians are in hospital, with 15 in intensive care.

Monash has recorded 3 new cases, bringing our total active cases to 19 at this time. To date we have had 73 cases in Monash. The Department of Health & Human Services does note that residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified – not necessarily where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.

Looking to our neighbouring municipalities, here are the updated active case numbers: 

  • Whitehorse – 17
  • Knox – 5
  • Maroondah – 5
  • Greater Dandenong – 4
  • Stonnington – 14
  • Glen Eira – 3
  • Boroondara – 12
  • Kingston – 4

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are Hume (176), Melbourne (203), Wyndham (175), Brimbank (97), Moonee Valley (122) and Moreland (67).

10 July 2020

288 new cases – the largest ever daily numbers the state has recorded. 26 of the new cases are linked to known outbreaks, with 262 still under investigation. 37,588 tests were conducted in the state yesterday, the biggest total ever. 

Victoria has 1,172 active cases with a total of 3,379 cases overall. 509 of those cases may indicate community transmission.  

Monash has recorded 4 new cases, bringing our total active cases to 16 at this time. 70 cases in Monash.

Looking to our neighbouring municipalities, here are the updated active case numbers: 

  • Whitehorse – 15
  • Knox – 3
  • Maroondah – 4
  • Greater Dandenong – 3
  • Stonnington – 12
  • Glen Eira – 3
  • Boroondara – 12
  • Kingston – 3

As with yesterday, the LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are Hume (167), Melbourne (226), Wyndham (151), Brimbank (82), Moonee Valley (120) and Moreland (63).

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Last updated: 09 August 2020