Vic Holiday Inn cluster cases, contact net

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HOLIDAY INN OUTBREAK BY THE NUMBERS:

NEW CASES

* Melbourne's Holiday Inn hotel outbreak has grown to 19 cases.

* Two more people in isolation have tested positive for COVID-19.

* Both are household contacts of confirmed cases linked to a family function at a Coburg venue on February 6.

* The event was attended by an infected hotel quarantine worker at the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport.

CLOSE CONTACTS IN ISOLATION

* 59 household and social primary close contact from Holiday Inn cases.

* 499 hotel quarantine staff and residents in isolation.

* 1189 primary close contacts linked to exposure sites.

* 400 from two swimming pools and more than 100 linked to Queen Victoria Market (34 store holders and 72 students on school excursion).

* 1191 close contacts from Terminal Four at Melbourne Airport.

* 70 primary close contacts of a woman who worked at three Melbourne mental health units.

* 10 close contacts of an infected three-year-old child across two kindergartens. Eight have tested negative so far.

* Another 90 primary close contacts from Glenroy's Goodstart Early Learning Centre. About 20 still to be tested.

TESTING

* 23,950 test results received up to midnight on Monday.

* Another 11,000 negative test results through to 8am on Tuesday.

NEW EXPOSURE SITES

Tier 1 - Anyone who has visited this sites during these times must immediately isolate, get a COVID test, and remain isolated for 14 days:

Tuesday 9 February

* Sacca's Fruit World, Broadmeadows Central, 12.30pm - 1pm

Tier 3 - Anyone who has visited this exposure site during these times should monitor for symptoms and immediately get tested and isolate if they develop:

Tuesday 9 February

* Broadmeadows Central fresh fruit and meat section, 12.15pm - 1.15pm