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Disease expert believes Melbourne lockdown could end if coronavirus cases drop to 20 per day

* 278 new cases, the lowest daily rate since July 20

* Eight new deaths, bringing the state toll to 275 and the national figure to 361. Lowest daily death rate for Victoria in a week

* The latest deaths are a woman in their 50s, two men in their 70s, two men and two women in their 80s and a man in their 90s

* Four of the latest deaths are related to elderly care

* 15,863 total confirmed Victorian cases, 7,866 remain active – 492 in regional Victoria.

* 3,068 “mystery” cases, up from 107

* 664 people in hospital, of which 37 in intensive care and 25 on ventilators

* 1140 active cases among health professionals

* 2018 active cases in aged care, among 125 outbreaks

* 1,895,566 tests in total, with 20,951 as of Wednesday

MAJOR BREAK-OUTS OF OLD CARE

* 201 Epping Gardens Aged Care in Epping

* 184 St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Fawkner

* 153 Estia Aged Care Facility in Ardeer

* 131 Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth

* 119 BaptCare Wyndham Lodge community in Werribee

* 108 Outlook Gardens Aged Care Facility in Dandenong North

* 99 Estia Aged Care Facility in Heidelberg

* 89 Arcare Aged Care Facility in Craigieburn

* 87 Twin Parks Aged Care in Reservoir

* 82 fallen Glendale Aged Care Facility in Werribee

BREACHES IN RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION WITH A DISABILITY

* 84 active cases (20 residents, 64 employees)

* 59 active cases in NDIS homes (17 residents)

* 24 active cases in state regulated / funded ‘transfer’ homes (3 residents)

* 1 active case in state-delivered / funded homes

OTHER MAJOR OUTBREAKS

* 202 Bertocchi Smallgoods fallen in Thomastown

* 82 fallen Australian Lamb Company in Colac

* 61 fallen Woolworths Distribution Center in Mulgrave

* 59 fallen Linfox warehouse in Truganina

* 45 fallen Golden Farms Poultry in Breakwater

* 29 cases Ausfresh in Broadmeadows

RESTRICTIONS

* Phase Four Restrictions for Melbourne Metropolitan Area and Phase Three Protocols for Regional Victoria will remain through September 13.

Source: Ministry of Health and Human Services

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