Snapshot of Victoria's 445 COVID-19 cases

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* 445 new locally acquired cases

* Two deaths, bringing death toll from current outbreak to six

- a Hume man in his 20s died at home

- a Brimbank woman in her 80s died in hospital

* 129 cases linked to outbreaks, source of 316 cases unknown

- 74 per cent of cases in northern suburbs, including 175 in the Hume LGA, 64 in Moreland and 36 in Whittlesea

- 83 cases in western suburbs, including 38 in Wyndham, 16 in Melton, 14 in Brimbank, 15 in Hobsons Bay

- 20 cases in southeast, including six in Casey, five in each Dandenong and Port Phillip and four in Glen Eira

- three cases in regional Victoria, including a Ballarat construction worker, a V/Line driver who lives on the Surf Coast, and a Mitchell Shire case

- four cases linked to Fitzroy Community School, 33 cases in total

* 10 suburbs urged to get tested with first sign of symptoms: 3064, 3047, 3048, 3061, 3059, 3046, 3060, 3029, 3030, 3025

* 3799 active cases in the state

* 158 people in hospital, 45 in intensive care with 23 on ventilators

* 42,694 tests in the 24 hours to Tuesday morning

* 85 per cent of all cases are aged under 50

- 563 cases in children aged nine and under

- 647 cases in people aged 10 to 19

- 906 cases in people aged in their 20s

- 683 cases in people aged in their 30s


* 36,615 vaccine doses administered on Monday at Victorian-run hubs

* 67.5 per cent of the eligible population has received first dose

* Of the cases in hospital, one person is fully vaccinated, while 91 per cent are not vaccinated and eight per cent partially vaccinated


* More than 968 exposure sites including an early learning centre in Meadow Heights and a Port Melbourne apartment complex.

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