DHHS Release Daily COVID-19 Figures For July 22
Coronavirus update for Victoria
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Coronavirus update for Victoria
Victoria has recorded 484 new cases of coronavirus since yesterday, with the total number of cases now at 6739.
The overall total has increased by 450, after 34 cases were reclassified – largely due to duplication.
Within Victoria, 97 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 387 are under investigation.
Two new deaths have been reported since yesterday. They are both men aged in their 90s that are linked to known outbreaks. To date, 44 people have died from coronavirus in Victoria.
In Victoria at the current time:
• 1116 cases may indicate community transmission
• 3408 cases are currently active in Victoria
• 205 cases of coronavirus are in hospital, including 40 in intensive care
• 3184 people have recovered from the virus
• Of the total cases, 6204 cases are from metropolitan Melbourne, while 384 are from regional Victoria
• Total cases include 3432 men and 3222 women
• More than 1,385,900 tests have been processed
• Total number of healthcare workers: 469, active cases: 187
• There are currently 383 cases in 45 aged care settings
Cases currently linked to public housing in North Melbourne, Flemington and Carlton are as follows:
• 291 cases are residents of various public housing towers in North Melbourne and Flemington. Investigations are continuing into how these cases are linked.
• 57 cases are residents of various public housing towers in Carlton. Investigations are continuing into if and/or how these cases are linked.
Cases currently linked to key outbreaks are as follows:
• 69 cases have been linked to St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Fawkner
• 54 cases have been linked to Estia Health in Ardeer
• 37 cases have been linked to Glendale Aged Care facility in Werribee
• 30 cases have been linked to Arcare Aged Care in Craigieburn
• 26 cases have been linked to Estia Health in Heidelberg
• 20 cases have been linked to Baptcare Wyndham Lodge in Werribee
• 18 cases have been linked to Embracia Aged Care Moonee Valley in Avondale Heights
• 61 cases have been linked to Somerville Retail Services in Tottenham
• 47 cases have been linked to JBS in Brooklyn
• 24 cases have been linked to LaManna in Essendon
• 17 cases have been linked to Australian Lamb Company in Colac
There has also been a new outbreak identified in aged care at Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth with two cases in staff and one case in a resident.
As investigations are undertaken throughout the day, these outbreak totals are likely to change as the public health team identify links between cases and identified outbreaks.
People living in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire will be required to wear a face covering when leaving home for one of the four reasons. To give people time to purchase or make a face covering, this new rule will be enforced from 11.59pm tonight (Wednesday 22 July).
There will be some reasons not to wear a face covering. For example, those who have a medical reason, children under 12, those who have a professional reason or during strenuous exercise.
Stage 3 “Stay at Home” restrictions are in force across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire.
“These restrictions are necessary because of the sharp increase in cases,” said Victoria’s Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton.
“If you live in these areas, there are only four reasons to leave your home: shopping for food and essential items; care and caregiving; daily exercise; and work and study - if you can’t do it from home.
“These are tough measures, but this virus is not selective - it will impact anyone it encounters, and personal contact is the clear source of its transmission. We need everyone to do their part and ensure it is stopped in its tracks.”
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Cases by Local Government Area
Please find the latest COVID-19 notifications by local government areas below Note: • Residential location is the residential address provided when the case is notified.
• This is not where they were infected and may not be where the case currently resides.
• Numbers are correct as of 11.59pm last night but are subject to change as cases are followed up and data is analysed. This can include changes to residential addresses following case interviews.
• The last column shows the number of current active cases in an LGA. Active cases are defined as someone who has tested positive, is currently in isolation and being monitored by the Department and who has not yet recovered.
Confirmed cases by LGA 22/07/2020 LGA Confirmed cases (ever) Active cases (current) HUME 666 329, WYNDHAM 651 412, BRIMBANK 579 358 MELBOURNE 495 275, MOONEE VALLEY 417 206, MORELAND 374 207, WHITTLESEA 305 190, BANYULE 264 145, MELTON 253 147, CASEY 247 106, YARRA 198 127, MARIBYRNONG 174 103, DAREBIN 172 85, STONNINGTON 147 35, BOROONDARA 134 46, HOBSONS BAY 117 65, MONASH 107 40, PORT PHILLIP 99 35, GREATER GEELONG 91 18, GREATER DANDENONG 86 54, WHITEHORSE 85 50, INTERSTATE 84 6, MANNINGHAM 83 39, GLEN EIRA 81 21,
MORNINGTON PENINSULA 76 11, KINGSTON 71 33, FRANKSTON 56 13, BAYSIDE 52 16, NILLUMBIK 51 21, CARDINIA 46 19, KNOX 46 18, YARRA RANGES 41 11, MAROONDAH 34 15, MITCHELL 34 13, COLAC OTWAY 26 26, BALLARAT 21 10, GREATER SHEPPARTON 17 2, GREATER BENDIGO 14 4, MACEDON RANGES 14 4, LATROBE 13 4, WELLINGTON 13 0, SURF COAST 12 2 MOIRA 11 0, BAW BAW 9 4, GOLDEN PLAINS 9 8 WARRNAMBOOL 5 0 CORANGAMITE 1 0
Total 6739 3408