THERE are no recorded active COVID-19 cases in Frankston for the first time in months.
The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed on 8 November that there were zero active cases in the Frankston local government area. The last time there were zero active cases in the municipality was on 26 June, more than four months ago.
On 12 October there were just three active COVID-19 cases in Victoria, and the state had gone nearly two weeks with no new infections.
The remaining active cases are in residents from the Casey and Greater Dandenong municipalities.
First published in the Frankston Times – 17 November 2020