Victoria's COVID-19 crisis by the numbers

Victoria has recorded 76 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths, taking the state death toll to 694.
Victoria has recorded 76 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths, taking the state death toll to 694.


* 76 new cases

* 11 deaths, taking the state's toll to 694 and the national figure to 781

* The deaths include a woman in her 60s, three women and two men in their 80s and three women and two men in their 90s

* Nine of the deaths were linked to aged care

* Six of the latest deaths happened before Tuesday

* Melbourne's 14-day new-case average is 74.5 and regional Victoria is five

* 196 patients are in hospital, with 20 in the ICU, and 12 on ventilators

* 1622 active cases, including 82 in regional areas

* 829 active cases linked to aged care

* 17 active cases linked to disability care: 11 staff and six residents

* 252 active cases involving healthcare workers

* 4337 cases to date have an unknown source, down seven since Tuesday

* Total of 2,428,778 tests results received across the state, including 16,686 in the past 24 hours


* 237 cases linked to BaptCare Wyndham Lodge Community in Werribee

* 215 Epping Gardens Aged Care in Epping

* 208 St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Fawkner

* 162 Estia Aged Care Facility in Ardeer

* 139 Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth

* 127 Twin Parks Aged Care in Reservoir

* 124 Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility in Sunshine North

* 121 BlueCross Ruckers Hill Aged Care Facility in Northcote

* 119 Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility in Sunbury

* 117 Estia Aged Care Facility in Heidelberg


* 16 Peninsula Health Frankston Hospital

* 15 Bulla Dairy Foods in Colac

* 12 Dandenong Police Station

* 10 Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer

The Department is investigating cases linked to Australian Meat Group in Dandenong South, Woolworths in Altona North, Woolworths in Glen Waverley and the Benetas Colton Close aged care facility in Glenroy


* 140 fines in the past 24 hours, including 21 for failing to wear a face mask, 54 for curfew breaches and eight at vehicle checkpoints


* Stage four across metropolitan Melbourne, including an 8pm-5am curfew, 5km travel limit, one-hour outdoor exercise limit, widespread workforce shutdowns

* From September 14, the curfew will start an hour later at 9pm and run until 5am. People who live alone will be able to nominate a friend or family member who can visit them and two hours of daily exercise will be allowed

* Stage three for regional Victoria.

Australian Associated Press