Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley says four of the five locally acquired COVID-19 cases recorded in the state on Saturday were related to a worker from a large food distribution centre who travelled across Melbourne.
The total number of cases linked to the cluster has climbed to 35, with the other new case linked to the Port Melbourne workplace outbreak.
While all of Saturday’s cases had known links to previous cases, the Health Minister said it remained a “day-by-day” proposition whether Victoria’s seven-day lockdown would end as planned.
“It is too early to make that announcement. Today is the second day of seven days,” he said.
“We will continue to work through the evidence as it comes in, day by day, and keep Victorians informed”.
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