19 Cases Recorded In Melbourne On Day Two Of Lockdown

54 active cases

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Victoria has recorded 19 new COVID cases on Saturday and on day two of the five-day snap lockdown.

All new cases are linked to current outbreaks, driving the active case number to 54.

There were 47,606 tests recorded in the past 24 hours, and the list of COVID exposure sites has grown, with another 30 locations added.

This includes the Glen Waverley train line on Wednesday, which is now considered a tier two exposure site; Deakin Uni campus at Geelong Waurn Ponds is also a tier two exposure site; an F45 gym in Richmond is a tier one site.

A number of virus locations have also popped-up around Cowes and Phillip Island, including a chocolate factory, a mini golf venue and a bowling alley. You can check out the full list here

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Amber Lowther

17 July 2021

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