Wyndham Takes Another Hit From COVID 19.

Victoria has recorded 191 new cases of coronavirus since yesterday, with the total number of cases now at 2,824.The overall total has increased by 164, after 27 cases were reclassified – largely due to duplication.

Wyndham has 105 active cases which is up another 19 today.

  • 12 new cases linked to the Al-Taqwa College outbreak, with the total now 90.

Within Victoria, 37 new cases are linked to outbreaks and 154 are under investigation. No cases have been detected in a returned travellers in hotel quarantine.

There have been no deaths reported since yesterday. To date, 22 people have died from coronavirus in Victoria.

  • 438 cases may indicate community transmission
  • 772 cases are currently active in Victoria
  • 35 cases of coronavirus are in hospital, including nine in intensive care
  • 2,028 people have recovered from the virus
  • Of the total cases, 2,469 cases are from metropolitan Melbourne, while 261 are from regional Victoria
  • Of the total cases, 1,481 are men and 1,319 are women
  • More than 979,000 tests have been processed to date

Of the new cases which have already been linked to outbreaks, the breakdown  includes:

  • 13 cases relating to the North Melbourne and Flemington public housing towers, with the total now 69.
  • 4 new cases have been linked to the Northern Hospital in Epping, with the total now 9. This is made up of 8 staff and 1 household contact.
  • 1 case linked to Aitken Hill Primary School in Craigieburn, with the total now 10. The case is a household contact of a confirmed case.
  • The remaining new cases are linked to existing family clusters in Truganina, Patterson Lakes/Lysterfield, Fawkner and Sunshine West.
These are the active cases by Local Government Area.
– Hume: 145
– Wyndham: 105
– Melbourne: 97
– Brimbank: 77
– Moonee Valley: 50
– Moreland: 38
– Whittlesea: 36
– Maribyrnong: 21
– Casey: 20
– Melton: 20