Daily Update

Daily update

28 October 

Today there were two new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria. Sadly, two further deaths have been reported -  a man aged in his 70s and a man aged in his 80s. 

Both deaths are historic cases that have now been linked to COVID-19, dating back to early September and early October. Both are linked to aged care outbreaks.

Today’s new cases are close contacts of known cases linked to the northern metropolitan region community outbreak and are associated with the Regis Macleod aged care facility and East Preston Islamic College. Both cases were in isolation when they were diagnosed. The cases are in the local government areas of Darebin and Yarra. 

As of today, Victoria has 80 active cases and a total of 20,342 cases detected overall. There are 3 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 3 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 6 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are currently no locations in Monash subject to public exposure advice from DHHS. You can see all the outbreak locations here.               

There is 1 active case in Monash, a decrease of 1 case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 337 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5941 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 28 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (-1)
  • Knox – 1 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 2 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 0 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (14), Hume (12), Brimbank (8) and Darebin (8).

27 October

For the second day in a row, Victoria has recorded no new cases of COVID-19 today. This is the first time Victoria has recorded two consecutive days of zero cases since 5-6 March. There has also been no new deaths reported today.

As of today, Victoria has 87 active cases and a total of 20,341 cases detected overall. There are 5 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 4 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 7 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are currently no locations in Monash subject to public exposure advice from DHHS. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

There are 2 active cases in Monash, which is no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 337 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5945 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 27 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 3 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (14), Hume (13), Brimbank (8) and Darebin (7).

26 October

Today there have been no new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria, which is the first time Victoria has experienced a day of 0 cases since 9 June. There have also been no further deaths reported today.

As of today, Victoria has 91 active cases and a total of 20,341 cases detected overall. There are 7 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 4 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 6 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are currently no locations in Monash subject to public exposure advice from DHHS. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

There are 2 active cases in Monash, one less case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 337 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5877 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 26 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 3 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (14), Hume (14), Brimbank (8), Darebin (7) and Melton (7). 

25 October

Today there were seven new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria no further deaths since yesterday’s update.  

Of today’s seven cases three are officially linked to East Preston Islamic College, two are also preliminarily linked to East Preston Islamic College with further investigation to occur today, one is linked to Regis Macleod aged care facility and one remains under investigation.

Of today’s seven cases, there are three cases in the local government areas of Banyule and Darebin and there is a single case in Glen Eira.

As of today, Victoria has 100 active cases and a total of 20,343 cases detected overall. There are 7 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 4 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 8 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There are currently no locations in Monash subject to public exposure advice from DHHS. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

There are 3 active cases in Monash, one less case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 338 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5940 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 25 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (-3)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 4 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (15), Hume (17), Brimbank (8) and Banyule (8).

24 October

Today there were seven new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria no further deaths since yesterday’s update.  

Six of today’s seven new cases are linked to known outbreaks and cases. One is a close contact already identified as part of the Hoppers Crossing community outbreak and was already in quarantine and one is a staff member from Estia Keilor. One is a student from East Preston Islamic College, one is a student from Croxton Special School, also linked to East Preston Islamic College through family and two are parents from East Preston Islamic College

The remaining case is a previously positive case that is currently under investigation.

Of today’s seven new cases, there are three cases in Darebin, and single cases in Banyule, Greater Dandenong, Maribyrnong and Wyndham.

As of today, Victoria has 98 active cases and a total of 20,336 cases detected overall. There are 8 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 4 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 7 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 10 October (10am - 2pm)

There are 4 active cases in Monash no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 338 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5940 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here: 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 24 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 6 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 4 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 0 (-1)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0) 

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (15), Hume (17), Brimbank (8) and Melton (7).

23 October

Today there was one new case of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths reported since yesterday’s update. Today’s case is a parent from the East Preston Islamic College community.

The DHHS is working to contain an outbreak of coronavirus in Melbourne’s northern suburbs with more than 6,500 tests completed and 800 people quarantining.

As of today, Victoria has 100 active cases and a total of 20,330 cases detected overall. There are 8 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 5 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 7 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here:

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)

There are 4 active cases in Monash, a decrease of two cases since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,121 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 23 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (-2)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 7 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 3 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (15), Hume (19), Brimbank (8), Melton (7) and Whitehorse (7).  

22 October

Today there was 5 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria no further deaths reported since yesterday’s update.  

More than 500 people in a number of northern suburbs have been advised to isolate to assist in controlling an outbreak of coronavirus. In addition, any residents of the northern suburbs including Dallas, Roxburgh Park, Broadmeadows, Preston and West Heidelberg who are experiencing symptoms are being urged to be tested for coronavirus.

All of today’s 5 new cases are linked to these northern suburbs.

As of today, Victoria has 105 active cases and a total of 20,329 cases detected overall. There are 9 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 5 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 8 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here:

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)

There are 6 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 6,120 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 22 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 4 (-2)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 3 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (16), Hume (19), Brimbank (8) and Whitehorse (8).  

21 October

Today there was three new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria no further deaths reported since yesterday’s update.  

Of today’s three new cases two are linked to the northern metro region community outbreak and one is a household contact of a known case. The three cases were in quarantine when they tested positive.

As of today, Victoria has 122 active cases and a total of 20,323 cases detected overall. There are 10 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 8 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 8 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)

There are 7 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,238 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 20 October:

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

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 3 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (17), Hume (16), Brimbank (8) and Whitehorse (8).  

20 October

Today there was one new case of COVID-19 reported in Victoria no further deaths reported since yesterday’s update.  Today’s new case is a previously reported case who tested positive in July. This case is under investigation and review. Today’s case is in the local government area of Brimbank.

As of today, Victoria has 122 active cases and a total of 20,320 cases detected overall. There are 11 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 9 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 10 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)

There are 8 active cases in Monash, a decrease of two cases yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,277 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here: 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 19 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 5 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (17), Hume (15), Brimbank (10) and Melton (9).  

19 October

Today there were four new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly one further death, a man in his 90s.  

Of today’s four new cases, one is a case who previously tested positive in July and further investigation is under way.  Three of today’s cases are from the same household in Melbourne’s north. Three of today’s new cases are in the local government area of Hume and the fourth case is in Moonee Valley.

As of today, Victoria has 136 active cases and a total of 20,319 cases detected overall. There are 12 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 11 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 11 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)

There are 10 active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,277 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 19 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 5 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (0)
  • Kingston – 0 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (18), Hume (17), Monash (10), Brimbank (9) and Melton (9).  

18 October

Today there were two new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths.  

One of today’s new cases is linked to a new Hoppers Crossing community outbreak that now comprises four cases across two households. The other case is being investigated for links to known cases in Melbourne’s north metropolitan region.

Today’s two new cases are in the local government area of Hume.

As of today, Victoria has 137 active cases and a total of 20,315 cases detected overall. There are 12 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 10 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 11 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations here.

Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October

  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)

 There are 10 active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,250 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 18 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  •  3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 5 (0)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 1 (-1)
  • Kingston – 0 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (18), Hume (14), Hobsons Bay (12), Melton (10) and Monash (10).  

17 October 

Today there was one new case of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths.  

Today’s new case is in Hume and is linked to a new Hoppers Crossing community outbreak that comprises three cases across two households. This outbreak includes what was originally referred to as a complex case linked to Woolworths QV. The new case is a known family close contact of that case.

As of today, Victoria has 148 active cases and a total of 20,317 cases detected overall. There are 13 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 13 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 11 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations at the DHHS website.

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)

There are 10 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,012 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 17 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 9 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 5 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 2 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (18), Hume (13), Banyule (12) and Hobsons Bay (12).  

16 October

Today there were two new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths.  

One of today’s new cases is a household contact of an existing case.

The other case, which remains under investigation, relates to a patient at the Royal Children’s Hospital. All close contacts are being tested and isolated. DHHS respects the privacy of patients and cannot provide details about individual cases unless it is necessary to do so in the interest of public health.

Of today’s two new cases, there are single cases in Greater Dandenong and Knox.

As of today, Victoria has 157 active cases and a total of 20,317 cases detected overall. There are 14 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 14 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 10 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results. You can see all the outbreak locations at the DHHS website.

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30am-10.45am)

There are 11 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,115 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 16 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 9 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 6 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 2 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (17), Brimbank (16), Hume (15), Hobsons Bay (13) and Banyule (12). 

15 October

Today there were six new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths.  

Two of today’s six new cases are linked to known outbreaks and cases. These cases are linked to the Chadstone outbreak and a community outbreak in Elwood.

Four cases are provisionally linked to known outbreaks and cases – two are being investigated for links to a case from the Box Hill Hospital outbreak, one is being investigated for links to a single case and one is being investigated for links to a previous case at Woolworths QV. That previous case most recently worked a nightshift while the store was closed to the public.

Of today’s six new cases, there are three in Whitehorse and single cases in Hume, Port Phillip and Glen Eira.

As of today, Victoria has 175 active cases and a total of 20,315 cases detected overall. There are 21 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 25 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 14 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am – 2pm)
  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October, 8 October, 10 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am - 2pm)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30am-10.45am)

There are 12 active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,115 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 15 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 9 (+2)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 7 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 2 (-1)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (21), Brimbank (16), Hume (15), Hobsons Bay (13) and Banyule (13). 

14 October

Today there were seven new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and five deaths - two men in their 80s, two women in their 90s and one woman in her 70s.

Three of today’s seven new cases are linked to known outbreaks and cases. All three are linked to Shepparton. The other four cases are under investigation. Of today’s seven new cases, three are in Greater Shepparton, two are in Wyndham, and there are single cases in Moreland and Whitehorse.

As of today, Victoria has 182 active cases and a total of 20,311 cases detected overall. There are 23 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 30 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 16 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 8 October should get tested – if they have even the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open today from midday to 8pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am-2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 9 October (9.30am – 2pm)
  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30am-10.45am)

There are 12 active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6,122 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 14 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 1 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 7 (+2)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 8 (5)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 0 (-1)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (24), Brimbank (19), Hume (14) and Hobsons Bay (13). 

13 October 

Today there were 12 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, a man in his 70s has also died.  

Two of today’s 12 new cases are confirmed as linked to known outbreaks and cases - one is linked to the Chadstone outbreak (household contact of a case), one is linked to Estia Keilor aged care facility.

Nine cases are provisionally linked to known outbreaks and cases - seven are being investigated for links to a case from the Box Hill Hospital outbreak, including four cases from the same household, one is being investigated for links to a case from the Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak and one is being investigated for links to Uniting Age Well Preston. One case remains under investigation.

Of today’s 12 new cases, four are in Banyule, two are in Hume and there are single cases in Casey, Darebin, Greater Dandenong, Manningham, Melbourne and Greater Geelong.

There has been one new case linked to the outbreak at the Chadstone Shopping Centre, taking the total to 35. The additional case at Chadstone attended the shopping centre during their acquisition period.

As of today, Victoria has 186 active cases and a total of 20,305 cases detected overall. There are 23 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 30 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 16 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 8 October should get tested – if they have even the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open today from midday to 8pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30am-10.45am)

There are 12 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 7 cases since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 339 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 6097 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 13 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 1 (-6)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (-1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 6 (+2)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 13 (0)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (22), Brimbank (20), Hume (14) and Hobsons Bay (14). 

12 October

Today there were 15 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no further deaths.

Ten of today’s 15 new cases are linked to known outbreaks and complex cases. Four cases are linked to a family cluster in Melbourne’s south-east, two are linked to a family cluster in Melbourne’s north, two are household contacts of a case linked to Box Hill Hospital, one is a household contact linked to a case from Sunshine Hospital and one is a close contact of an existing case. The other five cases are under investigation.

Of today’s 15 new cases, four are in Monash, three each are in Banyule and Hume and there are single cases in Casey, Darebin, Melton, Moreland, and Stonnington.

There have been no new cases linked to the current outbreaks at the Chadstone Shopping Centre.

As of today, Victoria has 191 active cases and a total of 20,295 cases detected overall. There are 21 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 31 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 17 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 8 October should get tested – if they have even the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open today from noon to 8pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Coles, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 and 6 October
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 - 7 October (5.30am - 2.30pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Mulgrave, 3 October (10am - 2pm)
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30am-10.45am)

There are 19 active cases in Monash, an increase of four cases since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 335 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5997 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 12 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 7 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 4 (+4)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 13 (0)
  • Stonnington – 2 (+1)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (24), Brimbank (21), Monash (19) and Hobsons Bay (14). 

11 October

Today there were 12 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly one death reported- a woman in her 80s.

Two of today’s 12 new cases are linked to known outbreaks and complex cases.  One case is linked to Eastern Health Box Hill Hospital and one to the Frankston family outbreak.  The other 10 cases are under investigation.

Of today’s 12 new cases, four are in Hobsons Bay, three in Monash, two in Casey and single cases in Darebin, Frankston and Whitehorse. 

There are now 12 cases linked to the Box Hill Hospital outbreak with new cases detected in a patient and a household contact of a known case.  This outbreak now comprises three staff members, two patients and seven household contacts. 

As of today, Victoria has 189 active cases and a total of 20,281  cases detected overall. There are 21 people in hospital, 0 in ICU.

Currently 34 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 18 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here:

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 1 October should get tested – even if they have the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open from 12-8pm weekdays and weekends from noon to 5pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, Police Road, Mulgrave, 3 October (11am-11.30am)
  • Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street and Portman Street, 2 October (10am-10.25am)
  • Chester Street Fruit Market 24-28 Chester Street, Oakleigh, 2 October (10.30-10.45am)
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 – 7 October, 5.30am - 2.30pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm
  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm

There are 15 active cases in Monash, an increase of three cases since yesterday’s report. We’ve seen 335 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 5817 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 10 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 7 (-2)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (+1)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 13 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (25), Brimbank (21), Hobsons Bay (16) and Monash (15) 

10 October

Today there were 14 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no deaths reported.

Six of today’s 14 new cases are linked to known outbreaks and complex cases. Five cases are household contacts linked to Eastern Health Box Hill Hospital and one of those household contacts is also linked to an aged care facility. There is also one new case linked to the Oddfellows Café in Kilmore. The other eight cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 14 new cases, there are five cases in Banyule, three cases in Greater Dandenong, two cases in Hobsons Bay and single cases in Hume, Port Phillip and Mitchell Shire. There is one case still under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 192 active cases and a total of 20,269  cases detected overall. There are 21 people in hospital, 1 in ICU.

Currently 42 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 19 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 1 October should get tested – even if they have the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open from on the weekend from noon to 5pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 – 7 October, 5.30am - 2.30pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 12 active cases in Monash, no increase since yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5817 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 9 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 7 (-2)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 14 (+3)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 3 (-1)
  • Kingston – 1 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (29), Brimbank (22), Melton (14) and Greater Dandenong (14). 

9 October

Today there were 11 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no deaths reported.

Six of today’s new cases are linked to known outbreaks and complex cases. Two cases are linked to aged care (Uniting AgeWell Preston) and single cases are linked to the Frankston family outbreak, the Oddfellows Café in Kilmore and the Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak. The one remaining case is linked to a complex case. The other five cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 11 new cases, there are two cases in Wyndham and single cases in Bayside, Darebin, Frankston, Greater Dandenong, Hobsons Bay, Knox, Port Phillip and Mitchell Shire. There is one case still under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 195 active cases and a total of 20,257  cases detected overall. There are 17 people in hospital, 1 in ICU.

Currently 45 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 19 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 1 October should get tested – even if they have the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open from 12-8pm today and will be open this weekend from noon to 5pm.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 5 – 7 October, 5.30am - 2.30pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 12 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5647 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 9 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 9 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (-1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 11 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 5 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 1 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (31), Brimbank (23), Melton (14) and Casey (13).

8 October

Today there were 11 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no deaths reported.

Six of today’s new cases are linked to known outbreaks – three are linked to the Frankston family outbreak, one is linked to the Oddfellows Café, one is linked to the Box Hill Hospital outbreak and one is linked to a complex case. The other five cases remain under investigation. 

Of today’s 11 new cases, there are three in Frankston, two in Hobsons Bay and single cases in Boroondara, Brimbank, Melton, Port Phillip, Mildura and Mitchell.

As of today, Victoria has 203 active cases and a total of 20,247  cases detected overall. There are 17 people in hospital, 1 in ICU.

Currently 50 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 25 active cases in health care workers.

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 1 October should get tested – even if they have the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open from 12-8pm today and tomorrow. 

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 13 active cases in Monash, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5370 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 8 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 9 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (-1)
  • Knox – 0 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 5 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (23), Wyndham (30), Moonee Valley (14) and Melton (17). 

7 October

Today there were 6 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two deaths reported – one woman in her 80s and one man in his 90s.

Four of today’s new cases have linked to known outbreaks – two linked to the Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak, one linked to a Dandenong household outbreak and one linked to aged care. The other two cases remain under investigation. 

Of today’s six new cases, there are two cases each in Glen Eira and Whitehorse and single cases in Banyule and Greater Dandenong.

As of today, Victoria has 206 active cases and a total of 20,237  cases detected overall. There are 16 people in hospital, 2 in ICU.

Currently 58 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 26 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

Anyone who visited Chadstone shopping centre between 23 September and 1 October should get tested – even if they have the mildest of symptoms. Testing is available at Chadstone car park drive through – Level 2 Chadstone Carpark, outside Coles and a walk-in clinic is open for staff only at Central Amenities on the Ground Level between M.J.Bale and Marimekko. Both sites are open from 12-8pm today.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 13 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5370 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 7 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 10 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 2 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (+2)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 11 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 5 (+2)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (22), Wyndham (31), Moonee Valley (17) and Melton (17). 

6 October

Today there were 15 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, one death reported – a woman in her 90s.  

Eight of today’s 15 new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or are linked to a complex case. Three are linked to the Chadstone Shopping Centre (The Butcher Club) outbreak, two are linked to Estia Keilor, with single cases linked to Embracia Moonee Valley, the Oddfellows Café in Kilmore and a complex case. The other seven cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 15 new cases, there are three cases in Greater Dandenong and Wyndham, two cases in Brimbank and Frankston and single cases in Darebin, Melbourne, Moonee Valley, Moreland and Mitchell.

As of today, Victoria has 216 active cases and a total of 20,233  cases detected overall. There are 21 people in hospital, 1 in ICU.

Currently 66 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 27 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)

  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 14 active cases in Monash, no increase since yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5255 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here: 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 6 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 10 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (+2)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (28), Wyndham (30), Moonee Valley (20) and Melton (19). 

5 October

Today there were 9 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no deaths reported.  

Three of today’s nine new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or are considered complex cases. These are linked to the Butcher’s Club Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak, with single cases linked to Corrigan Produce Farms Clyde North and Coles Williamstown. The other six cases remain under investigation. 

Of today’s nine new cases, there are four cases in Casey and single cases in Greater Dandenong, Hobsons Bay, Hume, Whittlesea and Greater Shepparton. 

As of today, Victoria has 227 active cases and a total of 20,220  cases detected overall. There are 30 people in hospital, 3 are in ICU.

Currently 77 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 29 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)

  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 14 active cases in Monash, no increase since yesterday’s numbers. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5186 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 5 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 10 (+4)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 1 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 8 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (33), Wyndham (32), Moonee Valley (21) and Melton (20). 

4 October 

Today there were 12 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, one further death – a man in his 80s, linked to an aged care facility.

Six of today’s 12 new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. Three are linked to the Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak and three are linked to the Electra Park Medical Centre in Ashwood. The other six cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 12 new cases, there are four cases in Monash and single cases in Boroondara, Glen Eira, Greater Dandenong, Melton, Whitehorse, Wyndham, Yarra Ranges and Mitchell Shire.

As of today, Victoria has 241 active cases and a total of 20,209  cases detected overall. There are 31 people in hospital, 3 are in ICU.

Currently 91 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 32 active cases in health care workers.

The Government releases a daily dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 14 active cases in Monash, an increase of four cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 332 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5115 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 4 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 10 (+4)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 ()
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 +(+1)
  • Knox – 1 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (37), Wyndham (35), Moonee Valley (21) and Melton (21). 

3 October 

Today there were 8 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, three further deaths – one woman aged in her 80s and two women aged in their 90s. All three of today’s new deaths are linked to known aged care facility outbreaks. 

Six of today’s eight new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. Four are linked to the Butcher Club at Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak and two are linked to healthcare facilities. The other two cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s eight new cases, there are two cases in Monash and single cases in Boroondara, Casey, Melton, Moreland, Whitehorse and Wyndham.

As of today, Victoria has 241 active cases and a total of 20,197  cases detected overall. There are 34 people in hospital, 4 are in ICU.

Currently 94 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 35 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)

  • ALDI Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • Jasper Coffee, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 24 September 8.30am - 5.30pm
  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September 6pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are 10 active cases in Monash, an increase of two cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 328 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5113 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 3 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6 (+1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 2 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (+1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 ()
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 2 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (39), Wyndham (37) and Moonee Valley (21). 

2 October

Today there were 7 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two further deaths – one man and one woman both aged in their 80s. Both new deaths are linked to known aged care facility outbreaks.

One of today’s seven new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. This case is linked to cases at the Western Health Sunshine Hospital. The other six cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s seven new cases, there are single cases in Hume, Melton, Monash, Moreland and Wyndham. The remaining two cases are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 261 active cases and a total of 20,191  cases detected overall. There are 38 people in hospital, 4 are in ICU.

Currently 111 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 40 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 25 September (please note this was incorrectly listed as 26 September on the DHHS website but has since been updated)
  • ALDI Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September 5.30pm - 5.50pm
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • Jasper Coffee, Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 24 September 8.30am - 5.30pm
  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September 6pm
  • Galbally Reserve, 19 Arthur St, Hughesdale, 27 September
  • Coles, Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, 27 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Aldi Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September, 2.40pm - 3pm
  • Strawberry Point Fruit and Vegetable Shop Brandon Park, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, 27 September 3.05pm - 3.20pm

There are eight active cases in Monash, an increase of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 326 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5113 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 2 October.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 2 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 5 (+1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 ()
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (0)
  • Stonnington – 2 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 2 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (41), Brimbank (40) and Moonee Valley (25). 

1 October

Today there were 15 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two further deaths – one woman aged in her 70s and one woman in her 90s.

One death occurred prior to yesterday. Both of today’s deaths are linked to known aged care facility outbreaks.

Seven of today’s 15 new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. Three are linked to aged care (Bupa Edithvale, TLC Noble Manor in Noble Park and Opal Hobsons Bay in Altona North) and four are linked to the Butcher Club at Chadstone Shopping Centre. The other eight cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 15 new cases, there are five cases in Casey, two cases in Greater Dandenong, Maribyrnong and Monash and single cases in Boroondara, Glen Eira, Wyndham and Yarra.

As of today, Victoria has 289 active cases and a total of 20,183  cases detected overall. There are 38 people in hospital, 6 are in ICU.

Currently 135 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 45 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 26 September
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • ALDI Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm

There are seven active cases in Monash, an increase of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 325 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5093 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 1 October.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 1 October:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 4 (+2)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (-1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (-1)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (-1)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (0)
  • Stonnington – 2 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 2 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 4 (+1)
  • Kingston – 3 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (44), Brimbank (43) and Moonee Valley (32). 

30 September

Today there were 13 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, four further deaths – One woman in her 70s, one woman in her 80s, one woman in her 90s and one man in his 90s.

One death occurred prior to yesterday. Two of today’s four deaths are linked to a known aged care facility outbreak.

Four of today’s 13 new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. Two are linked to aged care (Estia Keilor and Edenvale Manor) and two are linked to the Butcher Club at Chadstone. The other nine cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 13 new cases, there are three cases in Melton, two cases in Monash, Moonee Valley and Stonnington and single cases in Boroondara, Greater Dandenong, Kingston and Whitehorse.

As of today, Victoria has 305 active cases and a total of 20,169  cases detected overall. There are 44 people in hospital, 6 are in ICU.

Currently 147 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 46 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths Ashwood, 551 Warrigal Rd, 26 September
  • Coles Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 27 September
  • Chadstone Shopping Centre Fresh Food Precinct, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • The Butcher Club - Chadstone Shopping Centre, 1341 Princes Hwy, 23 - 26 September 6am - 6pm
  • Woolworths Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • ALDI Chadstone, 1341 Princes Hwy, 19 September 8am - 9am
  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September

There are six active cases in Monash, an increase of two cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 323 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5075 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 30 September.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 30 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 2 (+1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (+2)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities as at 30 September:

  • Whitehorse – 3 (+1)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 0 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 10 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 3 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (+1)
  • Kingston – 3 (+1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (48), Brimbank (46), Moonee Valley (32) and Hobsons Bay (21). 

29 September

Today there were 10 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, seven further death – one man in his 60s, one man in his 70’s, one woman in her 80s, two men in 80’s, one woman in her 90’s and one man in his 90’s.

Three deaths occurred prior to yesterday. Six of today’s seven deaths are linked to a known aged care facility outbreak. 

Three of today’s 10 new cases have been linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. One is linked to aged care (Embracia Moonee Valley) and two are linked to health services (Western Health and Monash Health). The other seven cases remain under investigation. 

Of today’s 10 new cases, there are two cases in Casey, Monash and Moreland and single cases in Hobsons Bay, Knox, Moonee Valley and Wyndham.

As of today, Victoria has 326 active cases and a total of 20,158  cases detected overall. There are 46 people in hospital, 5 are in ICU.

Currently 158 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 53 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September

There are four active cases in Monash, an increase of two cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 321 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There's been 5023 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 29 September.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 29 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 1 (+1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (+1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

Here are the updated active case numbers for our neighbouring municipalities as at 29 September:

  • Whitehorse – 2 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 0 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 12 (0)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 2 (-1)
  • Kingston – 2 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (53), Brimbank (50), Moonee Valley (32) and Hobsons Bay (24). 

28 September

Today there were five new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, three further death – one man in his 60s, one woman in her 80s and one man in his 90s. Two deaths occurred prior to yesterday. All of today’s three deaths are linked to a known aged care facility outbreak.

All of today’s cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases. This is the lowest number of new cases since 12 June.

Three are linked to aged care (Kalyna Aged Care Facility in Delahey, Opal Hobsons Bay and Embracia Moonee Valley) and two are linked to health services. 

Of today’s five new cases, there are single cases in Brimbank, Casey, Glen Eira, Moonee Valley and Wyndham.

As of today, Victoria has 359 active cases and a total of 20,149  cases detected overall. There are 49 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 182 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 60 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September

There are two active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday. We’ve seen 319 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5023 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 28 September.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 28 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 1 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 12 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 2 (-1) 

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (56), Wyndham (54), Moonee Valley (34) and Hobsons Bay (27). 

27 September

Today there were 16 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two further death – two men in their 70s. One death occurred prior to yesterday.

One of today's two deaths is linked to a known aged care facility outbreak.

15 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and one is under investigation.

Of today’s 15 cases linked to outbreaks, 10 are linked to aged care (three at Baptcare Wyndham Lodge, three at Opal Hobsons Bay, two at Embracia Moonee Valley, and one each at Estia Keilor and Doutta Galla Woornack) and four are linked to a complex case. One case has links to both this complex case and Baptcare Peninsula View in Frankston.

Of today’s 16 new cases, there are five cases in Frankston, four cases in Hobsons Bay, three cases in Brimbank and Wyndham and a single case in Melton.

As of today, Victoria has 399 active cases and a total of 20,145 cases detected overall. There are 51 people in hospital, 9 are in ICU.

Currently 209 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 64 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September.

There are two active cases in Monash, no change since yesterday. We’ve seen 319 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 4,983 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 27 September.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 27 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 1 (+1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 2 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 1 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 14 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 0 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 3 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (55), Wyndham (56), Melton (31), Moonee Valley (36) and Hobsons Bay (32). 

26 September

Today there were 12 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, one further death – a woman in her 80s, linked to an aged care facility.

Five of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and seven are under investigation.

Of today’s five cases linked to outbreaks, three are linked to aged care (Baptcare Wyndham Lodge and Edenvale Manor Aged Care) and two are linked to a complex case.

Of today’s 12 new cases, there are three cases each in Brimbank and Wyndham, two cases in Greater Dandenong and single cases in Banyule, Monash and Mitchell. One further case is still under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 444 active cases and a total of 20,129 cases detected overall. There are 53 people in hospital, 9 are in ICU.

Currently 231 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 72 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September at 6pm
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September at 6pm
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September at 6pm
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September.

There are two active cases in Monash, an increase of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 319 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,026 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 25 September.

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 25 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 0 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 1 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 18 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 0 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 3 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (74), Wyndham (55), Melton (37), Moonee Valley (36) and Hume (35). 

25 September

Today there were 14 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, eight further deaths - one male in their 60s, one female in their 70s, there females and one male in their 80s one male and one female in their 90s. Seven of these eight deaths are linked to known aged care facility outbreaks.

Nine of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and five are under investigation.  

Of today’s nine cases linked to outbreaks, three are linked to aged care (Estia Keilor Downs and Opal Hobsons Bay), five are linked to existing outbreaks (Dandenong Police Station and Springvale shared accommodation) and one is linked to a complex case. Five cases remain under investigation.

Of today’s 14 new cases, there are four cases in Greater Dandenong and single cases in Casey, Frankston, Hobson’s Bay, Hume, Knox, Moonee Valley, Mornington Peninsula, Whitehorse, East Gippsland and Wodonga.

As of today, Victoria has 482 active cases and a total of 20,118 cases detected overall. There are 58 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 247 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 77 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices on Clayton Road on Saturday, 19 September
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd & Cooke St) on Saturday 19 September
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette in Clayton (Centre Rd) on Sunday 20 September
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September.

There is one active case in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 319 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

 There’s been 5,536 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as 24 September

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 24 September:

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

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

  •  Whitehorse – 3 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 1 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 17 (+3)
  • Stonnington – 1 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 0 (-1)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 3 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (77), Wyndham (54), Melton (38), Hume (39) and Casey (30). 

24 September

Today there were 12 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two further deaths - two women aged in their 80s.  

Both of those deaths are linked to known aged care facility outbreaks.

Eight of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and four are under investigation.  

Of today’s 12 new cases, there are two cases in Brimbank and Moonee Valley and single cases in Casey, Hume, Melton, Monash and Wyndham. Three cases are subject to further investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 532 active cases and a total of 20,105 cases detected overall. There are 67 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 274 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 83 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Sarawan Spices (Clayton Road) Clayton on Saturday, 19 September
  • Coles in Clayton (Centre Rd &, Cooke St) on Saturday, 19 September
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette (Centre Road) in Clayton on Sunday, 20 September
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September
  • Coles at Brandon Park Shopping Centre (Wheelers Hill) on Friday, 4 September

There are two active cases in Monash, an increase of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 314 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,536 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at today (23 September).

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at today (23 September):

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 1 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (-1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 3 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 1 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 14 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 1 (-2)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (0)
  • Kingston – 3 (-2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (87), Wyndham (69), Melton (45), Hume (45) and Casey (33). 

23 September 

Today there were 15 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, five further deaths - one man aged in his 70s, two women in their 80s, one man in his 90s and one woman in her 100s. Three deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

All of today’s deaths are linked to aged care facilities.

10 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and five are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 554 active cases and a total of 20,100 cases detected overall. There are 75 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 284 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there are 73 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September.

There is one active case in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 313 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,502 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at today (23 September).

It’s important to note that these postcodes are where people live, not where they contracted the virus.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at today (23 September):

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 1 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (-1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 15 (+2)
  • Stonnington – 3 (-2)
  • Glen Eira – 1 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 4 (+1)
  • Kingston – 5 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (95), Wyndham (68), Melton (43), Hume (42) and Casey (35). 

22 September

Today there were 28 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, three further deaths - one woman in her 70s, one woman in her 90s and one woman in her 100s. Two deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

All of today’s three deaths are linked to aged care facilities.

24 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases (all in aged care) and four are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 620 active cases and a total of 20,076 cases detected overall. There are 83 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 328 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 74 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September.

There are two active cases in Monash, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen 314 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,567 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 21 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 21 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 0 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 1 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 13 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 5 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 5 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (98), Wyndham (71), Melton (62), Hume (46) and Casey (45). 

21 September

Today there were 11 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, two further deaths - one woman in her 80s and one woman in her 100s. One of today’s two deaths is linked to an aged care facility.

Five of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and six are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 657 active cases and a total of 20,051 cases detected overall. There are 92 people in hospital, six are in ICU.

Currently 332 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 79 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited the below locations should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results:

  • Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September
  • Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September
  • Woolworths in Oakleigh South (Cnr Warrigal Rd & Centre Rd) on Monday 14 September and/or Wednesday 16 September

There are two active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 313 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 5,424 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 20 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 20 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 1 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 4 (-1)
  • Knox – 2 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 15 (-4)
  • Stonnington – 5 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 3 (-6)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 5 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (96), Wyndham (76), Melton (64) and Casey (55).

20 September

Today there were 14 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and five deaths have been reported - two men in their 80s, two women in their 80s and one woman in her 90s. All of today’s five deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities.

Nine of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and five are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 743 active cases and a total of 20,034 cases detected overall. There are 94 people in hospital, eight are in ICU.

Currently 376 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 117 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 or Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 3 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 312 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,706 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 19 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 19 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 2 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (0)
  • Knox – 2 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 19 (-3)
  • Stonnington – 6 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 9 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 9 (-2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (103), Wyndham (87), Melton (70) and Casey (61).

19 September

Today there were 21 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and seven deaths have been reported - one man in his 60s, three men their 80s, one man in his 90s and two women in their 90s. Two of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday. 

13 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and eight are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 834 active cases and a total of 20,034 cases detected overall. There are 89 people in hospital, 8 are in ICU.

Currently 433 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 123 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 or Burwood One Shopping Centre (East Burwood) on Sunday 13 September and/or Monday 14 September should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 4 active cases in Monash, a decrease of two case since yesterday. We’ve seen 312 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,706 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 19 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 19 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 2 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 22 (-5)
  • Stonnington – 6 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 11 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 11 (-2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (127), Wyndham (112), Melton (72) and Casey (67).

18 September

Today there were 45 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and five deaths have been reported - one man aged in his 50s, one man aged in his 70s, one man aged in his 80s and two women aged in their 90s.  Two of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.  

32 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 13 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 920 active cases and a total of 20,012 cases detected overall. There are 90 people in hospital, 11 are in ICU.

Currently 474 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 140 active cases in health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 6 active cases in Monash, a decrease of one case since yesterday. We’ve seen 313 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,614 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here: 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 18 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 18 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 2 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 2 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (-1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (-1)

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

  • Whitehorse – 5 (-3)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 27 (-8)
  • Stonnington – 6 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 13 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (+1)
  • Kingston – 13 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (133), Wyndham (122), Melton (74) and Casey (74).

17 September

Today there were 28 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and eight deaths have been reported - one woman aged in her 60s, two men aged in their 80s and three women and two men aged in their 90s. Four of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

Fourteen of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 14 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 947 active cases and a total of 19,970 cases detected overall. There are 97 people in hospital, 12 are in ICU.

Currently 464 active cases are linked to aged care settings and there’s 143 active cases in health care workers (70% of these cases are among workers in private aged care).

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 7 active cases in Monash, a decrease of three case since yesterday. We’ve seen 313 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,614 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 17 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 17 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 2 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 2 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 0 (-2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 1 (+1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 3 (+2)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 35 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 7 (-2)
  • Glen Eira – 12 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 13 (-7)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (123), Wyndham (132), Melton (75) and Casey (79).

16 September

Today there were 42 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and eight deaths have been reported - 4 females and 2 males in their 80s, 2 males in their 90s (all deaths are linked to aged care).

29 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 13 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 991 active cases and a total of 19,943 cases detected overall. There are 107 people in hospital, 11 are in ICU.

Currently 497 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 152 active cases are linked to health care workers (70% of these cases are among workers in private aged care).

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There are 10 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen 314 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,430 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 15 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 15 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 2 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 3 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 3 (+1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 2 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 36 (-4)
  • Stonnington – 9 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 12 (0)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 20(+2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (129), Wyndham (133), Melton (80) and Casey (78).

15 September

Today there were 42 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and no deaths have been reported.

27 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 15 are under investigation. 

As of today, Victoria has 1,040 active cases and a total of 19,911 cases detected overall. There are 118 people in hospital, 11 are in ICU.

Currently 511 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 158 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 11 active cases in Monash, an increase of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen 314 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,430 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 14 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 14 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 2 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 3 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (+1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 3 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 40 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 9 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 12 (+1)
  • Boroondara – 3 (0)
  • Kingston – 18 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (133), Wyndham (144), Melton (83) and Casey (83).

14 September

Today there were 35 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, seven more deaths have been reported –  one male in his 70s, one female and one male in their 80s and three males and one female in her 90s. All of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities. Three of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday. Once case was reclassified, leading to a net increase of deaths to six.

Of the cases reported today, 12 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 23 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,075 active cases and a total of 19,872 cases detected overall. There are 122 people in hospital, 12 are in ICU.

Currently 513 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 162 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 10 active cases in Monash, an increase of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen 313 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,297 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 13 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 13 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 2 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 3 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (+1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (-1)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 4 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 42 (0)
  • Stonnington – 10 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 11 (-1)
  • Boroondara – 3 (-1)
  • Kingston – 19 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (132), Wyndham (144), Melton (94), Casey (84) and Hume (72).

13 September

Today there were 41 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 7 more deaths have been reported –  one man in his 70s, one woman in her 70s, one woman in her 80s and four women in their 90s. Four of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday. 

6 of today’s 7 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 21 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 20 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,157 active cases and a total of 19,835 cases detected overall. There are 116 people in hospital, 11 are in ICU.

Currently 572 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 176 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 9 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen 312 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 5,336 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.4% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 12 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 12 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 4 (+1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (0)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 9 (-1)
  • Knox – 3 (0)
  • Maroondah – 4 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 42 (-1)
  • Stonnington – 10 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 12 (0)
  • Boroondara – 4 (-2)
  • Kingston – 23 (-3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (151), Wyndham (147), Melton (94), Casey (81) and Hume (75).

12 September 

Today there were 37 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 6 more deaths have been reported –  two women in their 80s, one man in his 80s, two women in their 90s and one man in his 90s. Five of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

All 6 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 16 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 21 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,251 active cases and a total of 19,800 cases detected overall. There are 126 people in hospital, 9 are in ICU.

Currently 625 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 194 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

There are 10 active cases in Monash, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen 312 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,286 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.3% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 11 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 11 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 3 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 2 (-13)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1 (+1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

We have been advised by DHHS that Japara the Regent Aged Care in Mount Waverley, which has had 44 cases in total, now has 4 active cases.

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

  • Whitehorse – 10 (-1)
  • Knox – 3 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 4 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 43 (-3)
  • Stonnington – 11 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 12 (-3)
  • Boroondara – 6 (-3)
  • Kingston – 26 (-3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (157), Wyndham (153) and Melton (92).

11 September

Today there were 43 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 9 more deaths have been reported –  one woman in her 50s, one woman in her 70s, three men in their 80s and four women in their 90s. Five of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

7 of the nine deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 16 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 27 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,336 active cases and a total of 19,767 cases detected overall. There are 140 people in hospital, 12 are in ICU.

Currently 665 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 223 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

DHHS is advising that anyone who visited Woolworths at The Glen on Sunday 6 September 2020 should watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested immediately and stay at home while you wait your results.

The Department is also investigating cases linked to two family clusters in Melbourne’s south-east and a ward at Monash Health. No further information has been provided at this stage.

There are 10 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 15 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 311 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 4,944 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.5% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 10 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 10 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 5 (-8)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 15 (+1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (-3)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (-1)

We have been advised by DHHS that Japara the Regent Aged Care in Mount Waverley, which has had 44 cases in total, now has 4 active cases.

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

  • Whitehorse – 11 (+1)
  • Knox – 4 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 5 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 46 (-3)
  • Stonnington – 11 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 15 (-2)
  • Boroondara – 9 (0)
  • Kingston – 29 (-9)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (169), Wyndham (157), Melton (93) and Moreland (84).

10 September

Today there were 51 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, seven more deaths have been reported – four men aged in their 70s and two women and one man aged in their 80s. Four of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

Four of the seven deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 27 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 24 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,483 active cases and a total of 19,728 cases detected overall. There are 169 people in hospital, 17 are in ICU.

Currently 763 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 251 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are 25 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 5 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 311 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

DHHS is currently investigating cases related to Woolworths in Glen Waverley.

There’s been 5,120 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.6% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 10 September.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 10 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 5 (-8)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 15 (+1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 0 (-3)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (-1)

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

  • Whitehorse – 10 (+1)
  • Knox – 5 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 5 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 49 (-4)
  • Stonnington – 11 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 17 (0)
  • Boroondara – 9 (-1)
  • Kingston – 38 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (173), Brimbank (170), Melton (99) and Moreland (91).

9 September

Today there were 76 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 11 more deaths have been reported - one woman aged in her 60s, three women and two men aged in their 80s and three women and two men aged in their 90s.  Six of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

9 of the 11 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 31 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 45 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,622 active cases and a total of 19,688 cases detected overall. There are 196 people in hospital, 20 are in ICU.

Currently 829 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 252 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are 30 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 6 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 308 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

DHHS is currently investigating cases related to Woolworths in Glen Waverley.

There’s been 5,185 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.6% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 8 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 8 September.

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 4 (+1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 13 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 14 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 2 (+1) 

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

  • Whitehorse – 9 (+1)
  • Knox – 6 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 6 (-4)
  • Greater Dandenong – 53 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 11 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 17 (+2)
  • Boroondara –  10 (+1)
  • Kingston – 42 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (209), Brimbank (204), Melton (105) and Moreland (97).

8 September

Today there were 55 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 8 more deaths have been reported - two men aged in their 60s, two men aged in their 80s and three men and one woman aged in their 90s.  Five of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday.

Six of today’s eight deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities

Of the cases reported today, 31 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 24 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,696 active cases and a total of 19,615 cases detected overall. There are 238 people in hospital, 22 are in ICU.

Currently 863 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 260 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are 36 active cases in Monash, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen 307 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,185 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.6% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 7 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 7 September:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 13 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 15 (-2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (0)
  • Knox – 7 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 10 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 52 (-2)
  • Stonnington – 9 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 15 (-1)
  • Boroondara –  9 (-1)
  • Kingston – 43 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Brimbank (205), Wyndham (203), Melton (111), Moreland (107), Hume (90), and Darebin (90).  

7 September

Today there were 41 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 9 more deaths have been reported - one woman aged in her 70s, three men and one woman aged in their 80s and three men and one woman aged in their 90s. Six of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday. 8 of the 9 deaths are linked to outbreaks in aged care facilities.

The overall total has increased by 36, due to five cases being reclassified. Of the cases reported today, 16 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 25 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,781 active cases and a total of 19,574 cases detected overall. There are 266 people in hospital, 25 are in ICU.

Currently 873 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 259 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. 

There are 36 active cases in Monash, a decrease of two cases since yesterday. We’ve seen 305 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 4,837 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.7% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 6 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 6 September.

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 13 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 17 (+1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 8 (-3)
  • Knox – 8 (-2)
  • Maroondah – 11 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 54 (+1)
  • Stonnington – 10 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 16 (+2)
  • Boroondara –  10 (+1)
  • Kingston – 44 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (204), Brimbank (194), Moreland (113), Melton (112), Hume (101), and Darebin (101).  

6 September

Today there were 63 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 5 more deaths have been reported - one woman in her 80's, three women in their 90's and one woman in her 100's. Three of the deaths occurred yesterday, while two occurred prior to yesterday. All 5 deaths relate to aged care settings.

Of the cases reported today, 14 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 49 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,872 active cases and a total of 19,538 cases detected overall. There are 283 people in hospital, 19 are in ICU.

Currently 916 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 261 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There are 38 active cases in Monash, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen 305 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 4,870 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.8% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 5 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 5 September.

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 14 (+3)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 0 (-1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 16 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 11 (+1)
  • Knox – 10 (0)
  • Maroondah – 11 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 53 (-5)
  • Stonnington – 10 (+2)
  • Glen Eira – 14 (0)
  • Boroondara –  9 (-4)
  • Kingston – 48 (-1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (215), Brimbank (199), Hume (128), Moreland (120), Melton (113) and Darebin (102).  

5 September

Today there were 76 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 11 more deaths have been reported. Today’s reported deaths include one man in his 60s, one man in his 70s, two men in their 80s, two women in their 80s, two men in their 90s and 3 women in their 90s. Six of the deaths occurred yesterday, while five occurred prior to yesterday. Ten of today’s 11 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities.

Of the cases reported today, 22 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 54 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 1,956 active cases and a total of 19,479 cases detected overall. There are 298 people in hospital, 21 are in ICU.

Currently 944 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 286 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There are 38 active cases in Monash, an increase of one case since yesterday’s update. We’ve seen 304 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There’s been 4,843 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.8% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as 4 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 4 September.

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 11 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (-2)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 17 (-4)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

I know many of you want to know why there are more cases in the 3149 postcode area (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) than anywhere else in Monash. That information is not provided to us.

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

  • Whitehorse – 10 (-4)
  • Knox – 10 (0)
  • Maroondah – 12 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 58 (-12)
  • Stonnington – 8 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 14 (+1)
  • Boroondara –  13 (-1)
  • Kingston – 49 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (218), Brimbank (202), Moreland (128), Hume (133), Melton (120) and Darebin (113).  

4 September 

Today there were 81 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 59 more deaths have been reported.

Today’s reported deaths include 50 people from Victorian aged care facilities who died in July and August. Of the remaining nine deaths, three were reported earlier than yesterday. The nine deaths include two men in their 70's, one woman in her 70’s, one man in his 80's, two men in their 90's, two women in their 90's and one woman in her 100's. 8 of these 9 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities.

Of the cases reported today, 22 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 59 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,060 active cases and a total of 19,415 cases detected overall. There are 329 people in hospital, 20 are in ICU.

Currently 993 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 297 active cases are linked to health care workers. 

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There are 37 active cases in Monash, a decrease of 9 cases since yesterday’s update. We’ve seen 300 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. 

There’s been 5,110 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 0.8% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as 4 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 4 September.

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 11 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1 (-2)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 17 (-4)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 14 (-3)
  • Knox – 10 (-5)
  • Maroondah – 13 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 72 (-20)
  • Stonnington – 9 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 13 (-1)
  • Boroondara –  14 (-5)
  • Kingston – 53 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (234), Brimbank (205), Moreland (139), Hume (134), Melton (121) and Darebin (119).  

3 September

Today there were 113 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 15 more deaths have been reported -  four men in their 80's, three women in their 80's, two men in their 90's and six women in their 90's.

Nine of the 15 deaths occurred prior to yesterday - the retrospective reports are due to amended reporting obligations for aged care facilities and data reconciliation work. Fourteen of the deaths are linked to aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 43 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 70 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,295 active cases and a total of 19,336 cases detected overall. There are 361 people in hospital, 20 are in ICU.

Currently 1,121 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 337 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

The number of current active cases in Monash is 46, a decrease of one case since yesterday’s update. We’ve seen a total of 299 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,231 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as 2 September.  

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases ( as at 2 September):

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 13 (+1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 21 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (-2)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 17 (+3)
  • Knox – 15 (0)
  • Maroondah – 12 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 92 (-7)
  • Stonnington – 10 (-3)
  • Glen Eira – 14 (0)
  • Boroondara –  19 (0)
  • Kingston – 53 (-11)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (270), Brimbank (222), Moreland (153), Hume (164), Darebin (125) and Melton (132).  

2 September

Today there were 90 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 6 more deaths have been reported -  five men aged in their 80s and one man aged in his 90s. 

Three of the six deaths occurred prior to yesterday - the retrospective reports are due to amended reporting obligations for aged care facilities and data reconciliation work. All six deaths are linked to aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 22 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 68 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,415 active cases and a total of 19,224 cases detected overall. There are 406 people in hospital, 18 are in ICU.

Currently 1,177 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 332 active cases are linked to health care workers. 

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

The number of current active cases in Monash is 47, the same as yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 295 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,231 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at today (2 September):

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 0 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 13 (+1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 21 (-1)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 0 (-2)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 14 (-1)
  • Knox – 15 (-2)
  • Maroondah – 12 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 92 (-5)
  • Stonnington – 13 (-3)
  • Glen Eira – 14 (-6)
  • Boroondara –  19 (+1)
  • Kingston – 64 (+1)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (263), Brimbank (226), Moreland (171), Hume (166), Darebin (132) and Melton (131).  

1 September

Today there were 70 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 5 more deaths have been reported -  two women aged in their 70s, two women aged in their 80s and one woman aged in her 90s. All of these deaths are linked to outbreaks in aged care.

Two of the deaths occurred prior to yesterday - the retrospective reports are due to amended reporting obligations for aged care facilities and data reconciliation work. 

Of the cases reported today, 23 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 47 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,519 active cases and a total of 19,138 cases detected overall. There are 421 people in hospital, 20 are in ICU.

Currently 1197 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 352 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

The number of current active cases in Monash is 47, a decrease of one case since yesterday’s update. We’ve seen a total of 291 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,328 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

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

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 31 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 1 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 11 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 22 (-2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 4 (+1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 15 (-2)
  • Knox – 17 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 12 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 97 (-4)
  • Stonnington – 16 (0)
  • Glen Eira – 20 (0)
  • Boroondara –  18 (-1)
  • Kingston –63 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (276), Brimbank (235), Moreland (171), Hume (175), Whittlesea (141) and Melton (136).  

31 August

Today there were 73 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 41 deaths have been reported - four women and three men aged in their 70s, 10 women and seven men aged in their 80s, 13 women and three men aged in their 90s and one woman aged in her 100s.

Today’s deaths total includes 33 people who died in previous weeks but were reported by a number of aged care facilities to the Department of Health and Human Services in the past 24 hours. Eight of the new deaths in Victoria occurred yesterday. The retrospective reports today were due to amended reporting obligations for aged care facilities.

38 of the 41 deaths are linked to aged care facilities.

Of the cases reported today, 27 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 46 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,620 active cases and a total of 19,080 cases detected overall. There are 453 people in hospital, 21 are in ICU.

Currently 1225 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 378 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

The number of current active cases in Monash remains at 48. We’ve seen a total of 291 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,162 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 30 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 30 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 2 (-1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (-1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 11 (+1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (-2)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 24 (-3)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (-3)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (-4)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 17 (0)
  • Knox – 18 (0)
  • Maroondah – 13 (-2)
  • Greater Dandenong – 101 (-9)
  • Stonnington – 16 (-3)
  • Glen Eira – 20 (0)
  • Boroondara – 19 (-4)
  • Kingston –63 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (286), Brimbank (250), Moreland (183), Hume (180), Whittlesea (142) and Melton (142).

30 August

Today there were 114 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 11 more people have died from the virus - one man aged in his 70s, five women and one man in their 80s and three women and one man aged in their 90s. Nine of these 11 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 40 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 74 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2830 active cases and a total of 19,015 cases detected overall. There are 472 people in hospital, 25 are in ICU.

Currently 1277 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 406 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 8/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 48 active cases in Monash – an decrease of 2 cases since yesterday’s CHO report. We’ve seen a total of 289 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,162 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.2% returned a positive result for COVID-19.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 30 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 30 August:

3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 2 (-1)

3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (-1)

3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 11 (+1)

3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 5 (+1)

3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 24 (-3)

3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 3 (-3)

3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (0)

3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 2 (-4)

3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

Whitehorse – 17 (0)
Knox – 18 (-4)
Maroondah – 15 (-2)
Greater Dandenong – 110 (+5)
Stonnington – 19 (-2)
Glen Eira – 20 (0)
Boroondara –  23 (-6)
Kingston –67 (-4)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (303), Brimbank (269), Hume (193), Whittlesea (153) Melton (147), and Moreland (197).

29 August

Today there were 94 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 18 more people have died from the virus - one woman in her 60’s, one woman in her 70’s, two men in their 70’s, four women in their 80’s, five men in their 80’s, one woman in their 90’s and four men in their 90’s. 

Sixteen of these 18 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 16 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 78 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 2,983 active cases and a total of 18,903 cases detected overall. There are 481 people in hospital, 26 are in ICU.

Currently 1305 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 411 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/latest-news-and-data-coronavirus-covid-19

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 8/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 50 active cases in Monash – an increase of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 288 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,424 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here:  https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-testing-data-local-government-area

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 28 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 28 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (+1)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 3 (+2)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 10 (+2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 4 (0)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 27 (-2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 6 (-3)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1 (+1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 6 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (+1)

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

  • Whitehorse – 17 (-3)
  • Knox – 22 (0)
  • Maroondah – 17 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 105 (-10)
  • Stonnington – 21 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 20 (+2)
  • Boroondara –  29 (-1)
  • Kingston – 71 (+2)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (309), Brimbank (273), Hume (205), Whittlesea (176) Melton (159), and Moreland (207).

28 August

Today there were 113 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 12 more people have died from the virus - one man in his 70’s, one man in his 80s, two women in their 80s, five women in their 90s and three men in their 90s.

All of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 34 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 79 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,141 active cases and a total of 18,822 cases detected overall. There are 513 people in hospital, 29 are in ICU.

Currently 1362 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 449 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 8/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 49 active cases in Monash – an increase of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 277 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,214 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. 

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 27 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 27 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (-3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1 (+1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 8 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 4 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 29 (+8)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 9 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 cases
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 6 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 20 (+1)
  • Knox – 22 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 16 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 115 (+5)
  • Stonnington – 22 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 18 (-2)
  • Boroondara –  30 (-2)
  • Kingston – 69 (0)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (311), Brimbank (283), Hume (218), Whittlesea (178) Melton (164), and Moreland (208).

27 August

Today there were 113 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 23 more people have died from the virus - one man in his 60s, one woman in her 70s, four men in their 70s, six women in their 80s, three men in their 80s, five women in their 90s and three men in their 90s.

Twenty-two of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 24 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 89 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,308 active cases and a total of 18,714 cases detected overall. There are 532 people in hospital, 29 are in ICU.

Currently 1412 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 391 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/latest-news-and-data-coronavirus-covid-19

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 8/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 48 active cases in Monash – an increase of 3 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 270 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,214 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here:  https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-testing-data-local-government-area

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 27 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 27 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 3 (-3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1 (+1)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 8 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 4 (+1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 29 (+8)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 9 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 0 cases
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 6 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 19 (+3)
  • Knox – 23 (+1)
  • Maroondah – 16 (0)
  • Greater Dandenong – 110 (-7)
  • Stonnington – 23 (+1)
  • Glen Eira – 20 (-4)
  • Boroondara –  32 (-6)
  • Kingston – 69 (0)

 The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (319), Brimbank (285), Hume (230), Whittlesea (201) Melton (180), and Moreland (217).

26 August

Today there were 149 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 24 more people have died from the virus - one woman in her 60s, three men in their 70s, three women in their 80s, seven men in their 80s, six women in their 90s and four men in their 90s. 

Twenty-one of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 47 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 102 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,488 active cases and a total of 18,608 cases detected overall. There are 578 people in hospital, 39 are in ICU.

Currently 1487 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 434 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information at the DHHS website.

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 8/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 45 active cases in Monash – a decrease of 2 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 266 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,228 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing on the DHHS website.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 24 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 24 August *note locations with five or fewer active cases are represented as 1-5*:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1-5 cases
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 6 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1-5 cases
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 21 (+2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 10 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1-5 cases
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1-5 cases
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1-5 cases

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

  • Whitehorse – 16 (-3)
  • Knox – 22 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 16 (-3)
  • Greater Dandenong – 117 (0)
  • Stonnington – 22 (-1)
  • Glen Eira – 24 (-2)
  • Boroondara –  38 (-2)
  • Kingston – 69 (-9)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (354), Brimbank (299), Hume (251), Whittlesea (215) Melton (194), and Moreland (220).

25 August

Today there were 148 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, eight more people have died from the virus - two men aged in their 70s, four women and one man aged in their 80s and one woman aged in her 90s. 

 Seven of these deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

 Of the cases reported today, 43 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 105 are under investigation.

 As of today, Victoria has 3,651 active cases and a total of 18,464 cases detected overall. There are 617 people in hospital, 35 are in ICU.

Currently 1530 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 475 active cases are linked to health care workers.

The Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located. You can find this information here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/latest-news-and-data-coronavirus-covid-19

Chadstone Shopping Centre has been listed as a high risk location and if you visited on 08/08/2020, 10/08/2020 and 11/08/2020 you are advised to watch for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur you should get tested immediately and stay at home until you get your results.

There’s currently 47 active cases in Monash – an increase of 2 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 263 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

There’s been 5,228 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19. There’s more detailed information about testing here:  https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-testing-data-local-government-area

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 24 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 24 August *note locations with five or fewer active cases are represented as 1-5*:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 1-5 cases
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 6 (0)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 1-5 cases
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 21 (+2)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 10 (-1)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 1-5 cases
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 1-5 cases
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1-5 cases

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

  • Whitehorse – 19 (+1)
  • Knox – 23 (-1)
  • Maroondah – 19 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 117 (+5)
  • Stonnington – 23 (+1)
  • Glen Eira – 26 (+5)
  • Boroondara –  40 (-1)
  • Kingston – 78 (-3)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (369), Brimbank (300), Hume (257), Whittlesea (236) Melton (203), and Moreland (228).

24 August

Today there were 116 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 15 more people have died from the virus - three women and five men in their 80s, four women and two men in their 90s and one woman in her 100s died All of the deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 29 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 87 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 3,731 active cases and a total of 18,330 cases detected overall. There are 629 people in hospital, 31 are in ICU.

Currently 1568 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 476 active cases are linked to health care workers.

Today the Government released a dashboard with information about locations of outbreaks, the number of tests conducted in each local government area, postcode data and where current aged care outbreaks are located.

There’s currently 45 active cases in Monash – a decrease of 6 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 259 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification. There’s been 5,183 tests conducted in Monash in the past two weeks. Of all these tests, 1.1% returned a positive result for COVID-19.  

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 23 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 23 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 6 (+2)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 5 (-3)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 6 (-2)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 3 (-1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 19 (+4)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 11 (-2)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (0)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 5 (+1)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 0 (-1)

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

  • Whitehorse – 18 (-3)
  • Knox – 24 (-2)
  • Maroondah – 18 (-1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 112 (-10)
  • Stonnington – 22 (-4)
  • Glen Eira – 21 (-9)
  • Boroondara –  41 (-5)
  • Kingston – 81 (-11)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (380), Brimbank (334), Hume (247), Whittlesea (235) Melton (209), and Moreland (225).

23 August 

Today there were 208 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 17 more people have died from the virus - one man and one woman aged in their 60s, three men in their 70s, six men and four women in their 80s and two men in their 90s.

11 of the 17 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 46 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 162 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 4,012 active cases and a total of 18,231 cases detected overall. There are 585 people in hospital, 32 are in ICU.

Currently 1,616 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 536 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 52 active cases in Monash – a decrease of 2 cases since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 259 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 22 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 22 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 4 (0)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8 (0)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 8 (-1)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 4 (-1)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 15 (-3)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 13 (0)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 2 (-1)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 7 (0)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (0)

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

  • Whitehorse – 21 (-7)
  • Knox – 26 (-3)
  • Maroondah – 19 (-3)
  • Greater Dandenong – 122 (-8)
  • Stonnington – 26 (-5)
  • Glen Eira – 30 (-7)
  • Boroondara –  46 (-2)
  • Kingston – 92 (-14)

The LGAs currently with the biggest active caseloads are: Wyndham (406), Brimbank (354), Hume (284), Whittlesea (252) Melton (239), and Moreland (236).

22 August

Today there were 182 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria and sadly, 13 more people have died from the virus - one man in his 50s, one woman in her 70s, three women and two men in their 80s, three women and two men in their 90s and one woman in her 100s.

10 of the 13 deaths are linked to known outbreaks in aged care.

Of the cases reported today, 28 are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 154 are under investigation.

As of today, Victoria has 4,293 active cases and a total of 18,029 cases detected overall. There are 610 people in hospital, 36 are in ICU.

Currently 1,689 active cases are linked to aged care settings and 674 active cases are linked to health care workers.

There’s currently 54 active cases in Monash – a decrease of 1 case since yesterday. We’ve seen a total of 254 total cases. Any variation in figures is understood to be part of the contact tracing reclassification.

Below is the postcode breakdown for Monash. Please note that some postcodes fall across Monash and other municipalities. This data is current as at 21 August.

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 during exercise and essential shopping.

Postcode breakdown of active cases as at 21 August:

  • 3147 (Ashwood, Ashburton) – 4 (+3)
  • 3168 (Clayton, Notting Hill) – 8 (-2)
  • 3150 (Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Brandon Park) – 9 (-9)
  • 3166 (Hughesdale, Huntingdale, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East) – 5 (-5)
  • 3149 (Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Syndal) – 18 (+5)
  • 3170 (Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens) – 13 (-7)
  • 3148 (Chadstone, Chadstone Centre, Holmesglen, Jordanville) – 3 (-2)
  • 3125 (Burwood, Bennettswood, Surrey Hills South) – 7 (-3)
  • 3167 (Oakleigh South) – 1 (-2)

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

  • Whitehorse – 28 (-3)
  • Knox – 29 (0)
  • Maroondah – 22 (+1)
  • Greater Dandenong – 130 (+5)
  • Stonnington – 31 (+3)
  • Glen Eira – 37 (-3)
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Last updated: 28 October 2020