Victoria’s active COVID cases in LGAs including Hume, Wyndham, Brimbank, Casey, Monash

Victoria recorded its fifth consecutive day of double-digit infections on Monday, with several regions reporting an increase in active cases.

The state recorded 15 news COVID-19[female[feminine infections on Monday, bringing the moving average in metropolitan Melbourne to 9.9 – up 0.6 from the previous day.

The Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed that there are now 191 active cases statewide.

Hume, in northwest Melbourne, and Banyule, in the city’s northeast, saw an increase from three active cases to 12 and 9 respectively.

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Darebin and Stonnington also increased the number of active cases by one from the previous day.

The largest increase was recorded in Monash where four more active cases were recorded, bringing the total to 19.

The stubbornly high cases of COVID-19 have prompted the Prime Minister to admit that Victoria’s roadmap out of lockdown will likely be redesigned.

The city needed a daily average of five cases as well as five or less mystery cases to move to the “third step” of the state government’s roadmap to exit restrictions on October 19.

Where are the cases currently active in the LGAs?

An active case is a person who has tested positive for the virus and is currently in isolation.

  • Wyndham – 24
  • Brimbank – 21
  • Hume – 12
  • Whittlesea – 3
  • Melton – 11
  • Moreland – 2
  • Casey – 9
  • Melbourne – 2
  • Moonee Valley – 4
  • Maribyrnong – 5
  • Darebin – 5
  • Grand Dandenong – 13
  • Yarra – 2
  • Banyule – 9
  • Greater Geelong – 0
  • Yarra ranges – 1
  • Hobsons Bay – 14
  • Bay side – 1
  • Colac Otway – 0
  • Monash – 19
  • Kingston – 1
  • Glen Eira – 1
  • Boroondara – 3
  • Port Phillip – 6
  • Whitehorse – 5
  • Nillumbik – 0
  • Manningham – 0
  • Stonnington – 2
  • Frankston – 10
  • Cardinia – 0
  • Knox – 1
  • Maroondah – 0
  • Macedonian Channels – 0
  • Mitchell – 5
  • Grand Bendigo – 0
  • Mornington Peninsula – 0
  • Ballarat – 0
  • Latrobe – 0
  • Moorabool – 0
  • Surf Coast – 0
  • Horsham – 0
  • Mansfield – 0
  • Grand Shepparton – 0
  • Campaspe – 0
  • East Gippsland – 0
  • Warrnambool – 0
  • Wellington – 0
  • Baw Baw – 0

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