Victoria's COVID-19 crisis by the numbers

Victorians will from Monday ease COVID-19 restrictions as average case numbers fall.
Victorians will from Monday ease COVID-19 restrictions as average case numbers fall.


* Two deaths, taking the state's toll to 784 and national figure to 872

* The deaths were of two men in their 70s

* One of the deaths is linked to aged care

* 16 new cases, with 10 linked to aged care outbreaks

* 14-day rolling case average is 22.1 for Melbourne and 0.6 for regional Victoria

* 14-day mystery cases are 31 for Melbourne and zero for regional Victoria

* 399 active cases in Victoria, including nine in regional areas

* 51 people in hospital, with nine in ICU including five on ventilators

* 64 active cases involving healthcare workers

* 209 active cases linked to aged care

* Five active cases linked to disability accommodation

* 4273 cases have an unknown source, up three from Saturday

* 2,661,989 million test results, an increase of 10,680 since Saturday


* 260 cases linked to BaptCare Wyndham Lodge Community in Werribee

* 220 Epping Gardens Aged Care in Epping

* 140 Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth

* 132 BlueCross Ruckers Hill Aged Care Facility in Northcote

* 127 Twin Parks Aged Care in Reservoir

* 124 Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility in Sunshine North

* 122 Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility in Sunbury

* 121 Estia Aged Care Facility in Heidelberg

* 108 Glendale Aged Care Facility in Werribee

* 108 Kalyna Aged Care Facility in Delahey


* 11 active cases linked to the Casey community outbreak (total cases 44)

* 12 Footscray Hospital (20)

* 7 Alfred Hospital (11)

* 5 Springvale shared accommodation outbreak (5)


* 152 fines in the past 24 hours, including 55 for curfew breaches, 17 for failing to wear a face covering and 20 at vehicle checkpoints


* Melbourne's night-time curfew to be lifted from 5am on Monday

* Fines for unlawful gatherings lifted to $5000

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

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

* The two-hour exercise limit within five kilometres remains but the same measure now also applies to workplaces

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

* Outdoor pools can reopen

* The limit on one person from each household going shopping just once a day will be lifted

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

* Private real estate inspections can resume

* Apprentices and uni students in their final year of study will be able to return to onsite learning and assessment where necessary

* Visitation rules for hospitals and care facilities will also be slightly relaxed

* Year 12 students will return to school for assessments on October 3

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

Australian Associated Press