Melbourne Coronavirus Hotspots List. There are currently no hotspots in regional Victoria. The Melbourne CBD has the highest number of active cases, but that's where returned international travellers are undergoing mandatory hotel quarantine.
Business owners in the Broadmeadows and Keilor Downs hotspots are happy to shut in the name of public health, but say they'll need help. The table below shows the current coronavirus hot spots, based on the change in the total number of new daily cases over the past two weeks compared to the total from the previous two-week period. Do not come to campus if you have a fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny The University of Melbourne continues to work closely with the Australian and Victorian governments and health experts.
We'll update this guide regularly, but we can't guarantee that it will always apply.
These hotspots take in suburbs on the west, north and south-east of the city.
Map Cases by state Hot spots Clusters. Tracking the Wuhan Coronavirus in real time. New coronavirus cases are declining in states hit hard in the spring.