VICTORIA’S COVID-19 outbreak is slowing down, with the lockdown scheduled to ease soon.
On 25 and 26 July, all new COVID-19 cases in the state were in isolation during their infectious period. There were 11 new cases recorded on both days.
There is one known active COVID-19 case among Frankston residents, four in Casey, two in Kingston, and one on the Mornington Peninsula as of 26 July. The Frankston case is a resident from the postcode 3198.
A new exposure site has popped up at Bunnings Warehouse in Carrum Downs. The Bunnings is a tier two exposure site, with people who visited there between 9.45am and 10.25am on 18 July asked to urgently get tested.
Lockdown was scheduled to be lifted on Tuesday night, 27 July. The state government had not announced if it would proceed with the easing of restrictions by publication deadline.
To get tested for coronavirus, visit the drive through clinic at Frankston Hospital, corner of Hastings Road and Yuille Street. The clinic is open daily from 8.30am to 6pm.