Two new peninsula cases, as state number soars

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Victoria has experienced its biggest one day jump in COVID-19 cases today with 111 newly diagnosed cases.

The Mornington Peninsula, though, only accounted for two of them lifting our total to 41 confirmed cases.

Nearby, the City of Frankston have 16 confirmed cases, and City of Casey have 23 confirmed cases.

The Mornington Peninsula still has the second highest number of infections in the state with only the City of Stonnington in Melbourne’s east surpassing it with 61 confirmed infections.

Nipping at the peninsula’s heels are:

  • City of Melbourne with 36 confirmed cases.
  • City of Greater Geelong with 33 confirmed cases.
  • City of Boroondara with 31 confirmed cases.
  • City of Glen Eira with 32 confirmed cases.
  • City of Moreland with 31 confirmed cases.
  • City of Port Phillip with 28 confirmed cases.
  • City of Banyule with 25 confirmed cases.
  • City of Casey with 23 confirmed cases, rounding out the top ten worst affected Local Government Areas.
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