Victoria's COVID-19 crisis by the numbers

Victoria has had seven coronavirus deaths and 10 new cases.
Victoria has had seven coronavirus deaths and 10 new cases.


* Seven deaths, taking the state's toll to 794 and national figure to 882

* The deaths are one man in his 60s, one man in his 70s, two men and a woman in their 80s and one man and one woman in their 90s

* Six of the deaths are linked to aged care

* 10 new cases - three of them linked to known outbreaks and complex cases, seven under investigation, one reclassified. No new cases in regional Victoria

* 14-day rolling case average is 18.2 for Melbourne and 0.6 for regional Victoria

* Cases with an unknown source from September 12-25 total 27 for Melbourne and none for regional Victoria

* 326 active cases in Victoria, including six in regional areas

* 46 people in hospital, with five in ICU including four on ventilators

* 53 active cases involving healthcare workers

* 158 active cases linked to aged care

* Two active cases linked to disability accommodation, they are staff

* 4273 cases have an unknown source, down by one from Monday

* About 2.67 million test results have been returned, an increase of 8226 since Monday


* 67 fines issued in the last 24 hours, including nine for not wearing a face covering and 18 at vehicle checkpoints


* Melbourne's night time curfew lifted at 5am on Monday.

* As of 11:59pm on Sunday, a number of restrictions have been eased, allowing some 127,000 workers to return to on-site work.

* Child care open for all kids. No permit is required and there are no distance limits.

* The two-hour exercise limit within five kilometres remains but can now be taken near workplaces as well as homes.

* A household, or maximum of five people from no more than two households, are able to gather outside.

* Outdoor pools can reopen.

* The limit on one person from each household going shopping just once a day has been lifted.

* Religious activities of up to five people, plus one faith leader for outdoor gatherings and ceremonies, are permitted.

* From October 12, Melbourne primary school, special school students and VCAL students will return to classroom learning.

* Gap of at least three weeks before the next easing of Melbourne restrictions

Australian Associated Press