Victoria records five new cases of Covid-19 taking Melbourne outbreak to 35

Victoria has recorded five new locally acquired cases of coronavirus, as the state enters its second day of its fourth lockdown.

The update brings the total number of cases from the latest outbreak in Melbourne per 35.

There are now more than 150 exposure sites and more than 15,000 primary and secondary contacts who must self-isolate after coming into potential contact with a person with Covid-19.

Late on Friday the Victorian health department announced new tier 1 exposure sites – where people are most at risk of catching and spreading the virus – at Sabrini Foods in Carrum Downs, Dosa Hut Craigieburn, Spice Inn Groceries in Dandenong, Bestway supermarket in Dandenong, Marmara Halal Meats in Dandenong and Epping Spices & Nuts Grocery Store at various times between the 19 e 25 Maggio.

The Preston city hall, which is a vaccination centre, was also listed as a tier 1 exposure site. The health department said a potentially infectious person visited the hall for a flu vaccination on 22 May between 9.30am and 11am.

A Telstra shop on Clarendon Street in South Melbourne was also a tier 1 exposure site. A JB Hi-Fi and a Good Guys in Maribyrnong and Dan Murphy’s Brunswick East were added as tier 2 exposure sites.

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