Victoria records 64 new cases

Of the new infections, 49 were linked to known clusters and 36 were in isolation throughout their infectious period.That means 28 people were infectious in the community and the source of 15 cases is still under investigation.The result came on the back of 55,333 tests, while Victorians received 35,753 vaccine doses on Friday.It signifies a slight drop in case numbers after 79 and 80 infections were recorded on Thursday and Wednesday respectively.There are now 701 active cases in the state.On Friday night the Department of Health flagged a series of new exposure sites across Melbourne and regional Victoria.Tier 1 exposure sites were confirmed in:Croydon: Croydon Medical Centre, Unit 88/90 Main St, 20 August, 7:46pm – 8:45pmHoppers Crossing: Barakat International Goods, 12 Costas Dr, 24 August, 10:00am – 1:30pmKeilor Downs: Commonwealth Bank Keilor Downs, Shop g-002/80, Taylors Road, 24 August, 8:30am – 4:00pm and 25 August, 8:30am – 1:30pmKialla: Carls Junior Shepparton, 7958 – 7960 Goulburn Valley Hwy, 22 August, 6:30pm – 8:45pmMooroopna: Sir Ian McLennan Centre, Corner Echuca Rd & McLennan St, 13 – 19 August, 12:00am – 11:59pmNewcomb: Derrimut 24:7 Gym, 3/151 Bellarine Hwy, 17 August, 9:30am – 11:00am and 19 August, 9:55am – 11:30amTorquay: Total Health Chiropractic Torquay, 4/1 Loch Ard Dr, 20 August, 6:00pm – 7:45pmTruganina: Xat (Pharmacy), 228A Sayers Rd, 22 August, 2:40pm – 3:55pmSeveral additional Tier 2 exposure sites have also been added to the live list on the department’s website.

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