Victoria recorded 12 new cases of coronavirus in the 24 hours until Sunday morning.
Four days later this week, there were no COVID-19 deaths in Victoria, with one new dead.
The 14-day moving average was 9.3, still above the main goal that triggered the state to leave the heavy blockade.
The government has stated that starting October 19th, the 14-day average must be 5 days for some major restrictions to apply.
The 14-day moving average for Victoria is 0.4.
There are 10 cases of unknown origin in the state.
On Saturday, the Department of Health updated the list of high-risk locations recently visited by COVID people.
It is recommended that anyone who visits the following locations be tested immediately, regardless of their symptoms.
- Foreshore and pier of Altona Beach from 1 pm to 5 pm on October 2nd
- Cheltenham Priceline, 1239 Nepian Highway, October 5th, 12:50 pm to 1:05 pm
- Chadstone, 1341 Dandenong Road Ferguson Prare Bakery, October 5-7, 5:30 am to 2:30 pm
A complete list of hotspots can be found on the DHHS website, including several Chadstone Shopping Center stores, as well as Benara, Fitz Roy, Preston, Forest Hill, Hughesdale, Keysborough, Kew, Victoria Park, Kilmore, Margrave, Oakley. It is in. , Richmond, Springvale, Broadmeadows, North Melbourne, St Albans, Williamstown, Wyndham Vale.
The number of cases was recorded as 14 on Saturday, 11 on Friday, 11 on Thursday, 6 on Wednesday, 15 on Tuesday and 9 on Monday, almost over 10 this week after a short, promising single digit run.
Prime Minister Daniel Andrews will announce the relaxation of restrictions at his daily press conference next Sunday.
But he foresaw that mitigation would probably not be as important as many wanted because of the “stubborn tail” of the second wave.
Place of originVictoria records 12 new cases and 1 death