Peninsula cases at 46, still second worst in state

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Coronavirus cases in Victoria are now at 821 with 56 newly diagnosed cases today.

The Mornington Peninsula accounted for 46 of them, a jump of five cases in two days.

Nearby, the City of Frankston have 21 confirmed cases, and City of Casey have 26 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 71 confirmed infections.

Following on from the peninsula are:

City of Boroondara with 40 confirmed cases.
City of Melbourne with 38 confirmed cases.
City of Glen Eira with 37 confirmed cases.
City of Greater Geelong with 37 confirmed cases.
City of Banyule with 35 confirmed cases.
City of Moreland with 32 confirmed cases.
City of Port Phillip with 30 confirmed cases.
City of Casey with 26 confirmed cases, rounding out the top ten worst affected Local Government Areas.

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