Snapshot of Vic's 766 cases, four deaths

Victoria recorded its highest daily case number of the pandemic, with 766 new infections.
Camera IconVictoria recorded its highest daily case number of the pandemic, with 766 new infections. Credit: AAP



* 766 new locally acquired cases

* Four deaths: three from Hume, two men aged in their 70s and 80s, and a woman in her 90s, and a Moreland man in his 80s.

* It brings the number of deaths from the current outbreak to 20

* 740 cases in Melbourne local government areas

- 468 in northern suburbs, including 264 in Hume

- 172 in west, including Hoppers Crossing, Point Cook, Werribee

- 76 in southeast, including Pakenham, Dandenong, Berwick

- 24 in eastern suburbs, including Doncaster East and Croydon

* Two cases acquired interstate

* Three cases under investigation

* 21 cases in regional Victoria

- One in Ballarat

- Eight in Mitchell

- Four in Bacchus Marsh

- Five in Macedon Ranges

- One in Surf Coast

- One in Bendigo

- One in Mildura

* 55 per cent of new cases contracted within households

* 6666 active cases in the state

* 257 people in hospital, of which 60 are in intensive care including 41 on a ventilator

* A record 62,408 COVID-19 test results received on Wednesday

* 38,000 primary close contacts


* 40,957 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered on Wednesday at state-run hubs

* More than 75.2 per cent of Victorians aged 16 and over have had at least one dose and 45.6 per cent are fully vaccinated

* Of those in hospital, 81 per cent were not vaccinated at all, 15 per cent partially vaccinated and three per cent were fully vaccinated

* First dose vaccination rates in LGAs of concern:

- 76 per cent in Wyndham

- 74 per cent in Kardinia

- 72 per cent in Casey

- 71 per cent in Dandenong

- 67 per cent in Hume

- 65 per cent in Whittlesea


* More than 588 exposure sites are listed on the state's website.

Full list of exposure sites available at

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