Breakdown of new Vic Delta outbreaks

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Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley confirmed six new local COVID-19 cases have been recorded.
Camera IconVictorian Health Minister Martin Foley confirmed six new local COVID-19 cases have been recorded. Credit: AAP

VICTORIA'S LATEST COVID-19 OUTBREAKS:

(The source of infection for index cases in both clusters remains unknown but genomic sequencing has confirmed they relate to the Delta variant)

HOBSONS BAY CLUSTER - FIVE CASES

* A female teacher in her 20s at Al-Taqwa College in Truganina. She is thought to be the index case and lives in Hobsons Bay with her husband.

* Husband of teacher, a man in his 20s who works at Caroline Springs optometrist and plays for Newport Football Club.

* Three family members of the man, all live in a different house in Hobsons Bay. Two of three cases previously announced.

CITY OF MARIBYRNONG CLUSTER - FOUR CASES

* A man in his 20s who lives in the Maribyrnong area and works at a factory in Derrimut. He is the index case.

* His housemate who worked as a contracted cleaner at Richmond's Epworth Hospital

* Two contacts of index case from another household in Wyndham Vale, including a student at Warringa Park specialist school in Hoppers Crossing

NEW CASES

* New locally acquired cases (during 24-hour reporting period): Six, including two previously announced cases

* Linked cases: Six

* Infectious in the community: All

* New hotel quarantine cases: None

OTHER DETAILS

* Primary and secondary contacts in isolation: 10,000

* Total active cases in state: 75

* Hospital admissions: Six including two in ICU, both on ventilators

* Exposure sites: More than 65

* Tests conducted (during 24-hour reporting period): 29,631

* Vaccinations at state-run sites (during 24-hour reporting period): 18,901

Full list of exposure sites available at https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites

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