Victoria records 51 new cases of coronavirus, seven more deaths

Victoria has recorded 51 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional seven deaths in the past 24 hours.

The total number of deaths in Victoria since the start of the pandemic has grown to 701.

The cases come after 63, 41, 55, and 76 cases in the past four days.

Meanwhile the Victorian Health Department has begun publishing exposure sites where people may have been exposed to COVID-19. People who visited the locations on the listed dates are advised to monitor symptoms and get tested if they feel any symptoms.

The sites include:

  • Red Rooster in Campbellfield on August 28.
  • Dandenong Police Complex between August 25 and September 9.
  • Aldi in Moe between August 17 and August 27.
  • Woolworths in Glen Waverley on September 6.
  • The 6.00am V/Line service from Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station and the
    3.45pm V/Line service Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station between September 2-5 and on September 7.
  • The 6.30am route 86 tram from Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station and the 3.15pm route 86 tram from Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station on between September 2-5 and September 7.

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