Peninsula stable today after a jump yesterday

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Coronavirus cases in Victoria have today risen to 1329 – an increase of one from yesterday.

The Mornington Peninsula’s cases stayed stable at 59 today after jumping from 56 to 59 on Sunday.

The peninsula’s COVID-19 cases  have risen by just six in the last two weeks.

In nearby municipalities, City of Frankston have 36 confirmed cases, unchanged for over a week.

The City of Casey have 53 confirmed cases, stable from yesterday.

The Mornington Peninsula is currently sixth in the list of Local Government Areas’s number of infections.

The ten worst affected Local Government Areas in Victoria are:

City of Stonnington with 87 confirmed cases.
City of Banyule with 82 confirmed cases.
City of Melbourne with 66 confirmed cases.
City of Greater Geelong with 62 confirmed cases.
City of Boroondara with 60 confirmed cases.
Mornington Peninsula Shire with 59 confirmed cases.
City of Casey with 53 confirmed cases.
City of Moreland with 50 confirmed cases.
City of Glen Eira with 46 confirmed cases.
City of Port Phillip with 46 confirmed cases.

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