Vic COVID-19 Delta outbreak grows to 133

The number of virus infections in Victoria linked to the latest outbreak now totals 133.
The number of virus infections in Victoria linked to the latest outbreak now totals 133.


* New locally acquired cases (during 24-hour reporting period): 26, the highest daily total of this outbreak

* Linked cases: All 26 are linked to existing outbreaks

- 7 to Trinity Grammar, 1 student and 4 household contacts

- 6 to Ms Frankie, 4 patrons and 1 household contact;

- 2 to Phillip Island;

- 5 to St Patrick's Primary School, 4 students and 1 household contact;

- 1 MCG household contact;

- 2 Mildura household contacts;

- 2 City of Hume household contacts;

- 1 patron from AAMI Park

* Infectious while in the community: 2 cases - one visited a petrol station in regional Victoria, the other visited Prahran Market.

* Key exposure sites: 900 people who attended Prahran Market on Saturday asked to go into isolation; Ms Frankie has two exposure dates, July 13 and 15, with 31 total cases now; authorities are urging remaining 33 per cent of AAMI Park close contacts to get tested

* Fewer cases in the community: On Tuesday 6 per cent of cases were isolating, Wednesday it increased to 73 per cent, and by Thursday 92 per cent of cases were isolating

* TGA update: A Victorian woman, 48, has died from blood clotting linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine

* New hotel quarantine cases: 2

* Total active cases: 133 cases associated with this outbreak

* Hospital admissions: 4 community cases and 1 hotel hotel quarantine case

* Exposure sites: More than 380

* Primary close contacts: More than 19,000

* Tests conducted (during 24-hour reporting period): 43,674

* Vaccinations at state-run sites (during 24-hour reporting period): 14,230

* Workplace support:

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