Coronavirus cases in Victoria are 1135 today – an increase of just 20 from yesterday.
It is an encouraging sign that the efforts of Victorians to “flatten the curve” are working.
The Mornington Peninsula’s figures rose by one since yesterday to 53.
Nearby, the City of Frankston have 34 confirmed cases, an increase of one since yesterday.
The City of Casey have 37 confirmed cases, with no new cases since yesterday.
The Mornington Peninsula has maintained it position as the fifth highest number of infections of all the Local Government Areas, falling from second highest just five days ago.
The ten worst affected Local Government Areas in Victoria are:
City of Stonnington with 84 confirmed cases.
City of Banyule with 67 confirmed cases.
City of Boroondara with 57 confirmed cases.
City of Greater Geelong with 56 confirmed cases.
Mornington Peninsula Shire with 53 confirmed cases.
City of Melbourne with 49 confirmed cases.
City of Moreland with 46 confirmed cases.
City of Glen Eira with 45 confirmed cases.
City of Monash with 38 confirmed cases.
City of Casey and Port Phillip both with 37 confirmed cases.