Victoria records seven new COVID-19 cases from two separate transmission chains
Another seven COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Victoria.
Four residents on the third floor of the Ariele Apartments in Maribyrnong have tested positive to COVID-19.
It comes after removalists from NSW who worked at the apartment complex tested positive to coronavirus.
Residents in two separate apartments — a man in his 60s and a household of three — have contracted the virus.
The parents of the man in his 60s, who are both from Craigieburn and aged 89 and 90, have also tested positive.
A man in his 30s has also contracted COVID-19 after visiting Coles at Cragieburn.
The supermarket was visited by a Melbourne resident who had returned home from a NSW red zone and left their home in breach of the rules for returning residents.
There are now dozens of exposure sites being listed by the health department.
COVID-19 testing commander Jeroen Weimar says other exposure sites are also expected to be identified at Highpoint.
“This individual attended a number of retail units on Friday, July 9 at Highpoint,” he said.
Anyone who was at Highpoint between 10am and 2pm on July 9 is urged to get tested.
The MCG has been identified as an exposure site during the Carlton v Geelong game on July 10.
The positive case was on level 2 of the MCC Members’ Reserve, which has now been declared a Tier 2 exposure site.
The rest of the MCG is a Tier 3 site.
Press PLAY below to hear Heidi Murphy’s rundown of the situation