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2020.10.22 00:05 Stoaticor Victoria records 5 new cases 0 and new deaths

Title: Victoria records 5 new cases and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

Northern suburbs

DHHS - 22/10/2020:
 
Extensive contact tracing is underway and DHHS expects that as part of this work, additional cases will be detected. Testing in the northern suburbs is available at:
 
 
Other helpful information and links:
 
 

14 day numbers

22 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 85 6.1 10
Regional 5 0.4 0
 
21 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 87 6.2 10
Regional 6 0.4 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +5 20,329 (+1)
Active -4 105
Recovered +11 19,340
Deaths +0 817
Community transmission -1 4,275
Test results received +18,442 3,002,936
Hospital -1 9
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOTAL -4 105
Metro Melbourne -3 103
Regional (R) Victoria +0 3
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -3 5
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active +0 8
Healthcare workers total +4 3,604
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 3:49:52 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER North metro region community - - +2 16 28 (+3) Oct: 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse +0 8 14 Oct: 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -1 4 39 Oct: 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - -1 6 9 Oct: 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Hoppers Crossing community Hoppers Crossing Wyndham - 3 4 Oct: 21, 20, 19
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 4 6 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Kemp's Bakery Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 1 1 Oct: 18
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 10:01:40 am AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 10:01:40 am AEDT:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -5
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 123 4 70 29 24 10
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 2 18 24 10 6
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 1 (-3) 2 0 3 0
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 84 0 (-2) 33 26 25
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 22/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 1:20:01 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Dallas, Dallas Brooks Primary School, 26 Kings Street
  • Preston, East Preston Islamic College, 55 Tyler Street
REMOVED:
  • Canberra to Melbourne, QANTAS flight QF2149
  • Shepparton, Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street
  • Shepparton, Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Dallas Dallas Brooks Primary School, 26 Kings Street 19/10/2020, 8:30am - 3:30pm Case attended school
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Preston East Preston Islamic College, 55 Tyler Street 19/10/2020, 8am - 3:30pm Case attended school
Roxburgh Park Freshplus, Roxburgh Village, 250 Somerton Rd 13/10/2020, 4:30pm - 5:00pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton ANZ Bank, 262 Wyndham Street 9/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case attended bank
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Dallas Brooks Primary School Dallas Hume - 1 Case attended school on 19/10/2020, 8:30am - 3:30pm Oct: 21
East Preston Islamic College Preston Darebin - 1 Case attended school on 19/10/2020, 8am - 3:30pm Oct: 21
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.20 23:22 Stoaticor Victoria records 3 new cases and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

Of today’s three new cases:
There have been no new deaths from COVID-19 reported since yesterday.
 
Unknown cases:
 
Case from yesterday:
 
Shepparton:
 
Other helpful information and links:
 

14 day numbers

21 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 87 6.2 10
Regional 6 0.4 0
 
20 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 89 6.4 13
Regional 7 0.4 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +3 20,323
Active -13 109
Recovered +16 19,329
Deaths +0 817
Community transmission -1 4,276
Test results received +17,409 2,984,494
Hospital -1 10
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOTAL -13 109
Metro Melbourne -13 106
Regional (R) Victoria +0 3
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -1 8
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active -2 8
Healthcare workers total +2 3,600
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Wednesday, 21 October 2020 at 4:32:23 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER North metro region community - - +2 14 23 (+1) Oct: 21, 20, 19
OTHER Hoppers Crossing community Hoppers Crossing Wyndham +0 3 4 Oct: 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse -1 8 14 Oct: 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -2 5 39 (+1) Oct: 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - -2 7 9 Oct: 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 4 6 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Kemp's Bakery Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 1 1 Oct: 18
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 7:13:36 am AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 7:13:36 am AEDT:
  • Aged care outbreaks:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -1
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 4 2 0 3 0
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 123 4 70 29 24 10
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 84 2 33 26 25 9
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 2 (-1) 18 24 10 6
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 21/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Wednesday, 21 October 2020 at 10:41:29 am AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Shepparton, ANZ Bank - 262 Wyndham Street.
  • Roxburgh Park, Freshplus, Roxburgh Village, 250 Somerton Rd.
REMOVED:
  • Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street.
  • Chadstone, Coles Chadstone.
  • Chadstone, Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre
  • Reservoir, Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd
  • Wyndham Vale, Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road
  • Wyndham Vale, Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Roxburgh Park Freshplus, Roxburgh Village, 250 Somerton Rd 13/10/2020, 4:30pm - 5:00pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton ANZ Bank, 262 Wyndham Street 9/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case attended bank
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.20 01:11 Stoaticor Victoria records 1* new case and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

Shepparton

 
Other helpful information and links:
 

14 day numbers

20 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 89 6.4 13
Regional 7 0.4 0
 
19 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 101 7.2 15
Regional 7 0.5 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +1* 20,320
Active -14 122
Recovered +14 19,313
Deaths +0 817
Community transmission -1 4,277
Test results received +11,936 2,967,085
Hospital -1 11
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
*1 other case was reported last night. The case is a Victorian resident but they are quarantining interstate after returning from overseas.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOTAL -14 122
Metro Melbourne -10 119
Regional (R) Victoria -4 3
(R) Mitchell Shire -4 0
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -2 9
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active -1 10
Healthcare workers total +1 3,600
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Tuesday, 20 October 2020 at 8:05:38 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -2 7 38 (+1) Oct: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER Hoppers Crossing community Hoppers Crossing Wyndham -1 3 4 Oct: 20, 19
OTHER North metro region community - - -1 12 20 (+3) Oct: 20, 19
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse +0 9 14 Oct: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - +0 9 9 Oct: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 4 6 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Kemp's Bakery Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 1 1 Oct: 18
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Tuesday, 20 October 2020 at 8:14:56 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Tuesday, 20 October 2020 at 8:14:56 pm AEDT:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -4
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 4 (-2) 2 0 3 0
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 123 4 70 29 24 10
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 84 2 (-2) 33 26 25 9
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 3 18 24 10 6
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 20/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2020 at 7:48:22 am AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • None.
REMOVED:
  • Altona North, Fiesta Market by Circle, 45 The Circle
  • Altona North, Aldi Altona North, 302/330 Millers Road
  • Cheltenham, Priceline, 1239 Nepean Highway
  • Forest Hill, Chemist Warehouse Forest Hill, 415 Springvale Road
  • Heidelberg West, Aldi, Heidelberg West, 318 Bell Street
  • Malvern, David Jones at Malvern Central, 112-114 Wattletree Rd, Malvern VIC 3144
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street 03/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Chadstone Coles Chadstone 05/10/2020 and 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Chadstone Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre 05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020, 5:30am - 2:30 pm Case worked at store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Reservoir Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd 06/10/2020, 7:10pm - 7:30pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
Wyndham Vale Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
Wyndham Vale Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.18 23:38 Stoaticor Victoria records 4 new cases and 1 new death

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
Kemp's bakery in Kilmore:
A testing centre has been established in Kilmore following yesterday’s announcement of a recent case reported in a staff member at Kemp’s Bakery in Kilmore.
The staff member lives in metropolitan Melbourne and worked at the bakery between 1 October and 11 October. Investigations have now established this case worked while infectious on 8 and 9 October - these were night shifts when the bakery was not open to the public.
Kemp’s Bakery in Kilmore and Wandong have been closed for cleaning. All staff have been tested and are negative and those identified as close contacts of the staff member will quarantine for 14 days.
Anyone in Kilmore or Wandong should get tested if they have any symptoms, however mild and isolate until they receive their results. Testing is available at the Kilmore District Hospital from 10am to 5pm today and from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday.
The Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to work with local health services to contain an outbreak of coronavirus in Shepparton. There are three cases in Shepparton, which is no change from yesterday.
A further 227 tests were taken in Shepparton yesterday, taking the total number of tests in Shepparton and the surrounding region to 6323.
 
Other helpful information and links:
 
 

14 day numbers

19 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 101 7.2 15
Regional 7 0.5 0
 
18 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 105 7.5 15
Regional 7 0.5 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases under investigation

 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +4 20,319
Active -1 136
Recovered +4 19,299
Deaths +1 817
Community transmission +1 4,278
Test results received +10,793 2,955,149
Hospital +0 12
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOTAL -1 136
Metro Melbourne -1 129
Regional (R) Victoria +0 7
(R) Mitchell Shire +0 4
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active +1 11
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active +0 11
Healthcare workers total +0 3,599
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Monday, 19 October 2020 at 7:36:51 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -2 9 38 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse +0 9 14 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - +0 9 9 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire +0 4 6 Oct: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Hoppers Crossing community Hoppers Crossing Wyndham - 4 4 Oct: 19
OTHER North metro region community - - - 13 17 Oct: 19
OTHER Kemp's Bakery Kilmore Mitchell Shire - 1 1 Oct: 18
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
HEALTH Western Health Sunshine Brimbank - 3 3 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - - 3 12 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Electra Park Medical Centre Ashwood Monash - 6 2 6 2 Oct: 5, 4
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey - 3 45 Oct: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Monday, 19 October 2020 at 8:00:42 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Monday, 19 October 2020 at 8:00:42 pm AEDT:
  • Total cases: +2
  • Total active: +3
  • Total staff: +2
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +1
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 6 (+2) 2 0 3 0
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 123 (+1) 4 70 (+1) 29 24 10
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 84 (+1) 4 (+2) 33 (+1) 26 25 9
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 3 18 24 10 6
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 46 0 (-1) 15 22 9 9 (+1)
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 19/10⚠️

Checked the DHHS website on Monday, 19 October 2020 at 8:06:43 pm AEDT but there has been no change since the table below was last updated on Sunday, 18 October 2020 at 7:48:21 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • None on 19/10.
REMOVED:
  • None on 19/10.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Altona North Fiesta Market by Circle, 45 The Circle 5/10/2020 & 10:13am -10:30am Case shopped in store
Altona North Aldi Altona North, 302/330 Millers Road 05/10/2020 6:34pm - 6:55pm Case shopped in store
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street 03/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Chadstone Coles Chadstone 05/10/2020 and 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Chadstone Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre 05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020, 5:30am - 2:30 pm Case worked at store
Cheltenham Priceline, 1239 Nepean Highway 05/10/2020 12:50pm - 1:05pm Case attended to have prescription filled
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Forest Hill Chemist Warehouse Forest Hill, 415 Springvale Road 05/10/2020 11:30am - 11:50am Case filled prescription at store
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Heidelberg West Aldi, Heidelberg West, 318 Bell Street 05/10/2020 5.15pm - 5.30pm Case shopped in store
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern David Jones at Malvern Central, 112-114 Wattletree Rd, Malvern VIC 3144 02/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Reservoir Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd 06/10/2020, 7:10pm - 7:30pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
Wyndham Vale Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
Wyndham Vale Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.17 23:50 Stoaticor Victoria records 2 new cases and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

18th October - Summary of changes to restrictions for metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria

 
Other:
 
Other helpful information and links:
 

14 day numbers

18 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 105 7.5 15
Regional 7 0.5 0
 
17 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 114 8.1 17
Regional 7 0.5 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +2 20,315 (-4)*
Active -11 137
Recovered +8 19,295
Deaths +0 816
Community transmission -4 4,277
Test results received +18,546 2,944,356
Hospital -1 12
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
*4 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOAL -11 137
Metro Melbourne -11 130
Regional (R) Victoria +0 7
(R) Mitchell Shire +0 4
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -3 10
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active +0 11
Healthcare workers total +1 3,599
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Sunday, 18 October 2020 at 7:19:09 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse -3 9 14 Oct: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -1 11 38 Oct: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - +0 9 9 Oct: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire +0 4 6 Oct: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
HEALTH Western Health Sunshine Brimbank - 3 3 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - - 3 12 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Electra Park Medical Centre Ashwood Monash - 6 2 6 2 Oct: 5, 4
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey - 3 45 Oct: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Sunday, 18 October 2020 at 7:33:40 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Sunday, 18 October 2020 at 7:33:40 pm AEDT:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -5
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 122 4 69 29 24 10
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 4 (-3) 2 0 3 0
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 3 18 24 10 6
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 83 2 (-2) 32 26 25 9
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 46 1 15 22 9 8
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 18/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Sunday, 18 October 2020 at 7:48:21 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • None.
REMOVED:
  • Benalla, White Line Tyres, 73 Carrier Street.
  • Kalkallo, Caltex Kalkallo Service Centre South Bound, 1340 Hume Freeway.
  • Kilmore, Oddfellows Cafe, 36 Sydney Street.
  • Mulgrave, Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd.
  • Shepparton, Bunnings Warehouse, Welsford Street.
  • Shepparton, McDonalds Shepparton North, 169-175 Numurkah Rd.
  • Springvale, Coles, Springvale Shopping Centre, 825 Dandenong Rd.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Altona North Fiesta Market by Circle, 45 The Circle 5/10/2020 & 10:13am -10:30am Case shopped in store
Altona North Aldi Altona North, 302/330 Millers Road 05/10/2020 6:34pm - 6:55pm Case shopped in store
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street 03/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Chadstone Coles Chadstone 05/10/2020 and 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Chadstone Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre 05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020, 5:30am - 2:30 pm Case worked at store
Cheltenham Priceline, 1239 Nepean Highway 05/10/2020 12:50pm - 1:05pm Case attended to have prescription filled
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Forest Hill Chemist Warehouse Forest Hill, 415 Springvale Road 05/10/2020 11:30am - 11:50am Case filled prescription at store
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Heidelberg West Aldi, Heidelberg West, 318 Bell Street 05/10/2020 5.15pm - 5.30pm Case shopped in store
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern David Jones at Malvern Central, 112-114 Wattletree Rd, Malvern VIC 3144 02/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Reservoir Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd 06/10/2020, 7:10pm - 7:30pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
Wyndham Vale Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
Wyndham Vale Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.16 23:32 Stoaticor Victoria records 1 new case and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

Shepparton

 

New Zealand

Andrews response to the 17 passengers from NZ who entered Melbourne:
Firstly, you would be aware that at around 5.30 yesterday evening, 17 people from New Zealand, having travelled on an international flight from New Zealand to Sydney, were then allowed to board a plane and travel to Melbourne. They didn't spend very long at the airport. They left the airport within only minutes, really, of having arrived. Our officers have absolutely no power to stop someone, to detain someone in those circumstances, particularly given they were coming from a very low virus part of the world. New Zealand is and we're very pleased for them, in a very different set of circumstances to the circumstances that we are in in Victoria.
We are still waiting - I am not sure why we're waiting, but we are still waiting for Australian Border Force to provide us with the passenger cards for each of those 17 people. As soon as we get that detail, we will be visiting each of those people and making sure that they are fully up to date, as it were, when it comes to the rules, the regulations, the structures that we have in Victoria. They need to be briefed on those things so they are doing the right thing. I am not sure that any of them would necessarily need to be tested. But just giving them the benefit of a clear understanding of what is required in Victoria, whether you're from Victoria or not, is very, very important.
I want to be clear on this I have written to the Prime Minister this morning and we're disappointed this has happened given that I had written to the Prime Minister on this very issue the previous day, saying at some point we will join that New Zealand/Australia travel bubble but it is not appropriate now. This is effectively possible because we haven't closed our border I don't think these people could have travelled domestically into other states where borders are closed. That is what the Prime Minister wants. We have done that and now we see 17 people turning up on our doorstep without any notice, without any structure and we still can't get the cards from Australian Border Force as to who these people are and where they have gone. Hopefully we will get that very soon.
I have written this morning to make it plain, there is more flights coming on Sunday from New Zealand and we don't want a repeat of this, where people, albeit not having a go at the 17 people, or whoever might seek to come to Victoria or Melbourne on Sunday but surely it is not beyond those who are responsible for the borders of our nation making sure that only those who are in the New Zealand bubble, can receive domestic passengers after they have arrived into an international airport. I am confident we will get to the bottom of this by the end of the day and we will be in contact with each of those people and make sure they know and fully understand the rules and what they have to do, masks and through to the reasons to leave your home and so on and so forth.
 
 
Other helpful information and links:
 

14 day numbers

17 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 114 8.1 17
Regional 7 0.5 0
 
16 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 122 8.7 17
Regional 8 0.6 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +1 20,317 (-1)*
Active -9 148
Recovered -8 19,287
Deaths +0 816
Community transmission +1 4,281
Test results received +18,934 2,925,810
Hospital -1 13
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
*1 previous case reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOAL -9 148
Metro Melbourne -9 141
Regional (R) Victoria +0 7
(R) Mitchell Shire +0 4
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -1 13
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active +1 11
Healthcare workers total +0 3,598
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Saturday, 17 October 2020 at 6:10:01 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse +0 12 14 Oct: 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - +0 9 9 Oct: 17, 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire +0 4 6 Oct: 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -1 12 38 (+1) Oct: 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip - 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston - 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
HEALTH Western Health Sunshine Brimbank - 3 3 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - - 3 12 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Electra Park Medical Centre Ashwood Monash - 6 2 6 2 Oct: 5, 4
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey - 3 45 Oct: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Saturday, 17 October 2020 at 6:20:13 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Saturday, 17 October 2020 at 6:20:13 pm AEDT:
  • Aged care outbreaks:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -1
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 7 2 0 3 0
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 83 4 (-1) 32 26 25 9
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 122 4 69 29 24 10
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 3 18 24 10 6
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 46 1 15 22 9 8
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 17/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Saturday, 17 October 2020 at 11:31:10 am AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • None.
 
REMOVED:
  • Altona, Altona Beach foreshore and pier
  • Cheltenham, Coles Westfield Southland, 1239 Nepean Highway
  • Oakleigh, Chester Street Fruit Market, Shop 6&7 24-28 Chester St
  • Oakleigh, Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street & Portman Street
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Altona North Fiesta Market by Circle, 45 The Circle 5/10/2020 & 10:13am -10:30am Case shopped in store
Altona North Aldi Altona North, 302/330 Millers Road 05/10/2020 6:34pm - 6:55pm Case shopped in store
Benalla White Line Tyres, 73 Carrier Street 30/09/2020 12:00pm - 3:00pm Case attended the premises
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street 03/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Chadstone Coles Chadstone 05/10/2020 and 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Chadstone Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre 05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020, 5:30am - 2:30 pm Case worked at store
Cheltenham Priceline, 1239 Nepean Highway 05/10/2020 12:50pm - 1:05pm Case attended to have prescription filled
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Forest Hill Chemist Warehouse Forest Hill, 415 Springvale Road 05/10/2020 11:30am - 11:50am Case filled prescription at store
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Heidelberg West Aldi, Heidelberg West, 318 Bell Street 05/10/2020 5.15pm - 5.30pm Case shopped in store
Kalkallo Caltex Kalkallo Service Centre South Bound, 1340 Hume Freeway 30/09/2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kilmore Oddfellows Cafe, 36 Sydney Street 30/09/2020 - 03/10/2020 Case ate at the cafe during their infectious period and staff member worked while infectious
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern David Jones at Malvern Central, 112-114 Wattletree Rd, Malvern VIC 3144 02/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 03/10/2020, 11:00am-11:30am Case shopped in shopping centre
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Reservoir Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd 06/10/2020, 7:10pm - 7:30pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Bunnings Warehouse, Welsford Street 30/09/2020 -
Shepparton McDonalds Shepparton North, 169-175 Numurkah Rd 03/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2:00pm -
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Springvale Coles, Springvale Shopping Centre, 825 Dandenong Rd 03/10/2020, 11:45am-12:15pm Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
Wyndham Vale Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
Wyndham Vale Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.15 23:19 Stoaticor Victoria records 2 new cases and 0 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

Shepparton

 
OTHER:
 
 
Other helpful information and links:
 

14 day numbers

16 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 122 8.7 17
Regional 8 0.6 0
 
15 October:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 125 8.9 15
Regional 8 0.6 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +2 20,317
Active -18 157
Recovered +20 19,279
Deaths +0 816
Community transmission +2 4,280
Test results received +16,381 2,906,876
Hospital -7 14
ICU +0 0
Ventilated +0 0
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active TOAL -18 157
Metro Melbourne -17 150
Regional (R) Victoria -1 7
(R) Mitchell Shire -1 4
(R) Greater Shepparton +0 3
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -11 14
Aged care (deaths) +0 649
Healthcare workers active -4 10
Healthcare workers total -1 3,598
 
 

Active outbreaks - other

Last updated: Friday, 16 October 2020 at 6:50:10 pm AEDT
Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Box Hill Hospital Box Hill Whitehorse +1 12 14 (+1) Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER Elwood community Elwood Port Phillip +0 4 4 Oct: 16, 15
OTHER Frankston Family Frankston Frankston +0 5 13 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8
OTHER South-Eastern Community - - +0 9 9 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13
OTHER Oddfellows Cafe Kilmore Mitchell Shire -1 4 6 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7
OTHER Butcher Club/Chadstone Shopping Centre Chadstone Monash -1 13 37 Oct: 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 4 8 Oct: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25
HEALTH Western Health Sunshine Brimbank - 3 3 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - - 3 12 Oct: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Electra Park Medical Centre Ashwood Monash - 6 2 6 2 Oct: 5, 4
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey - 3 45 Oct: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Sept: 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Friday, 16 October 2020 at 11:48:07 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
Updates as of Friday, 16 October 2020 at 11:48:07 pm AEDT:
  • Total cases: +0
  • Total active: -11
  • Total staff: +0
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other:+0
  • Total deaths: +0
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Uniting AgeWell Preston 2 Preston Darebin 5 7 2 0 3 0
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 83 5 32 26 25 9
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 122 4 69 29 24 10
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 52 3 (-10) 18 24 10 6
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 46 1 15 22 9 8
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 260 0 (-1) 131 101 28 30
Baptcare Peninsula View Community Frankston South Frankston 1 1 0 0 1 0
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 16/10⚠️

The table below was last updated on Friday, 16 October 2020 at 11:37:49 pm AEDT. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Canberra to Melbourne: QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020.
 
REMOVED:
  • None.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes
Altona Altona Beach foreshore and pier 02/10/2020 1pm - 5pm Case visited beach and Pier while infectious and was not wearing a mask
Altona North Fiesta Market by Circle, 45 The Circle 5/10/2020 & 10:13am -10:30am Case shopped in store
Altona North Aldi Altona North, 302/330 Millers Road 05/10/2020 6:34pm - 6:55pm Case shopped in store
Benalla White Line Tyres, 73 Carrier Street 30/09/2020 12:00pm - 3:00pm Case attended the premises
Blackburn South Woolworths Blackburn South, 117-125 Canterbury Road 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm Case shopped in store
Box Hill South Aldi, 391-395 Station Street 03/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Box Hill Woolworths Box Hill Central, Main St 09/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020, 1:30pm - 1:50pm & 12/10/2020, 6pm - 6:20pm Case shopped in store
Canberra to Melbourne QANTAS flight QF2149 Canberra - Melbourne 07/10/2020, 10:05am - 11:25am Case took flight from Canberra to Melbourne
Chadstone Coles Chadstone 05/10/2020 and 06/10/2020 Case shopped in store
Chadstone Ferguson Plarre, Chadstone Shopping Centre 05/10/2020 - 08/10/2020, 5:30am - 2:30 pm Case worked at store
Cheltenham Coles Westfield Southland, 1239 Nepean Highway 02/10/2020 4.45pm-5.15pm Case shopped in store
Cheltenham Priceline, 1239 Nepean Highway 05/10/2020 12:50pm - 1:05pm Case attended to have prescription filled
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills Dry Cleaners, Shop 80 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, 92 Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case works in store
Endeavour Hills Endeavour Hills shopping centre, Cnr Heatherton Road &, Matthew Flinders Ave 10/10/2020, 8:30am - 1:30pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Fitzroy to Preston Yarra Trams No. 11 from stop 16 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to Stop 41 Corner Bruce St, Preston 08/10/2020, 6:10am-6:35am Case travelled on public transport
Forest Hill Chemist Warehouse Forest Hill, 415 Springvale Road 05/10/2020 11:30am - 11:50am Case filled prescription at store
Glen Iris Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Rd 02/10/2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm & 03/10/2020 3:20pm - 3:50pm & 07/10/2020 1pm - 1:30pm & 09/10/2020 1:20pm - 1:50pm & 10/10/2020 12:30pm - 1:10pm Case shopped in store
Heidelberg West Aldi, Heidelberg West, 318 Bell Street 05/10/2020 5.15pm - 5.30pm Case shopped in store
Kalkallo Caltex Kalkallo Service Centre South Bound, 1340 Hume Freeway 30/09/2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Kew to Brunswick St, Fitzroy PTV No.200 or 207 bus between Studley Park Rd, Kew and Brunswick St, Fitzroy 08/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station PTV Bus No.200 or 207 bus Studley Park Road Kew to Victoria Park Railway Station 07/10/2020, 5:45am-6:10am Case travelled on public transport
Kilmore Oddfellows Cafe, 36 Sydney Street 30/09/2020 - 03/10/2020 Case ate at the cafe during their infectious period and staff member worked while infectious
Malvern Coles Malvern, Glenferrie Road 06/10/2020, 1:45pm - 2:15pm & 08/10/2020, 1:00pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern David Jones at Malvern Central, 112-114 Wattletree Rd, Malvern VIC 3144 02/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm Case shopped in store
Malvern Woolworths, 112-114 Wattletree Rd 04/10/2020, 3pm - 3:30pm & 05/10/2020, 2pm - 2:30pm & 06/10/2020, 1pm - 1:30pm Case shopped in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 03/10/2020, 11:00am-11:30am Case shopped in shopping centre
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020, 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and Police Road 03/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 08/10/2020 10am - 2pm & 10/10/2020 10am - 2pm Case works at back of store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens Dry Cleaners, Shop 17A Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Jacksons Road and, Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case works in store
Mulgrave Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 271 Police Rd 09/10/2020 9:30am - 2pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Narre Warren Fountain Gate Dry Cleaners, Westfield Fountain Gate shop 2105, Level 2, 22-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020 , 10am - 1pm & 09/10/2020 , 8am - 11am Case works in store
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, 25-55 Overland Dr 08/10/2020, 10am - 1pm Case used public toilet at some stage during the time frame
Oakleigh Chester Street Fruit Market, Shop 6&7 24-28 Chester St 02/10/2020, 10.30am-10.45 Case shopped in store
Oakleigh Coles Oakleigh, Hanover Street & Portman Street 02/10/2020, 10.00am-10.25 Case shopped in store
Reservoir Coles - Summerhill, 850 Plenty Rd 06/10/2020, 7:10pm - 7:30pm Case shopped in store
Shepparton Bombshell Hairdressing, Fryers Street 07/10/2020, 9:30am - 10:30am Case visited store
Shepparton Central Tyre Service, Welsford Street 01/10/2020 – 10/10/2020 & 13/10/2020, 8am - 5pm Case worked in store
Shepparton Thai Orchid Restaurant, Nixon Street 07/10/2020, 7.00pm - 8:30pm Case dined in store
Shepparton Bunnings Warehouse, Welsford Street 30/09/2020 -
Shepparton McDonalds Shepparton North, 169-175 Numurkah Rd 03/10/2020, 1:30pm - 2:00pm -
Shepparton Lemon Tree Café, 98 Fryers Street 7/10/2020 – 12/10/2020 -
Shepparton Shepparton Market Place Medical Centre, Midland Highway 8/10/2020 9:15am -10:15am -
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Members Bar, 2 Fairway Drive 4/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm & 11/10/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm Case dined in business
Shepparton Mooroopna Golf Club Shop 11/10/20 Case shopped in store
Springvale Coles, Springvale Shopping Centre, 825 Dandenong Rd 03/10/2020, 11:45am-12:15pm Case shopped in store
Victoria Park Railway Station to Kew PTV Bus No.200 or 207 Victoria Park Railway Station to Studley Park Rd Kew 07/10/2020, 4:50pm-5:15pm Case travelled on public transport
Wyndham Vale Coles, Manor Lakes 455 Ballan Road 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
Wyndham Vale Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre 06/10/2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm Case Shopped in store.
 

Other locations

Location Site Exposure period Reported
Woolworths QV Melbourne Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Oct: 14
 

Affected educational institutions

The table below was last updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2020 at 4:46:10 am AEDT.
Institution Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Notes Reported
Nazareth College Noble Park Greater Dandenong - 1 A year 12 student who sat the General Achievement Test (GAT) last Wednesday. Oct: 12
 
Other:
  • 12th October: A student from St Columba’s Primary School in Elwood tested positive to coronavirus. “The student has not attended the school recently and the school will be able to reopen tomorrow as planned,’’ a DHHS spokesman said. “A full public health investigation is underway.” [source: Herald Sun]
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2020.10.15 04:43 redarrow96 Last thing you’d do before leaving Canberra?

My girlfriend and I are moving back home in about a month and I’m trying to come up with a list of things to before we leave. Top of my list is to walk around belco lake again. A lot of our ‘dates’ back in uni were just walking around the lake because we were too poor to actually do anything else.
So, what’s the one thing you’d want to do before you leave Canberra?
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2020.10.14 06:33 PerriX2390 New COVID Contact Tracing Locations

A Queenslander has tested positive to COVID-19 while in Melbourne, Victoria. Further investigations are underway to confirm the infection and investigate potential sources. (Before leaving for Melbourne the woman travelled from Townsville to Cairns and Brisbane.)
Locations visited in Brisbane and Cairns are currently deemed very low risk. Updates will be provided as further information emerges.
Anyone who has been to these locations at these dates and times should monitor their health and if they develop any COVID-19 symptoms, even mild, get tested and isolate until they receive their test result.
https://www.facebook.com/QLDHealth/photos/a.217413675033389/3437725699668821/
E: The Guardian is reporting she went to Canberra in between Brisbane and Melbourne
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2020.10.13 12:42 AlternativeBrave9102 Mysterious girlfriend

I'm 28/m, she's 25/f. We've been dating for five months. She's an international student from China who's now graduated and working as an accountant. I work as a consultant in financial services. We live in Sydney, Australia. We met on Tinder.
Some small things in the relationship have not been adding up.
Does anyone have any idea what could be going on? Or any ideas on how I should approach her on these points? Each point might have a logical explanation, but it's just starting to be a bit frustrating that there are all these big questions surrounding her, when I'm completely open with her.
TLDR: Secretive girlfriend, strange circumstances, finding it difficult to approach her to understand better.
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2020.10.07 13:02 Touchwood Does anyone else find it hard to make close friends?

I've lived in Canberra since I was in Primary School. I have lots of people I could call acquaintance/friends. I have coffee with people and have a lovely time, there are people from work, people from my kid's school and a couple of family members but I am feeling lonely.
I lost my partner two years ago and as a sole parent can't really date (not sure I'm ready for that) but am beginning to feel really down about not having anyone I can rely on to be there for me if I need it. I am always the one who instigates social things and so do tend to drop that off a bit after a while because I assume others don't want to seek me out to spend time with me. This holiday has been particularly hard for some reason, I think because no one wanted to hang out with us. No one even asked the kiddo over for a playdate.
This seems like a really self indulgent post but I am hoping someone can tell me whether this is normal, I suspect it is, most people have partners and so don't need friends as much as I do. I have always been told Canberra is particularly bad for making friends is, what are your experiences?
Unfortunately I suspect that the sole parent factor is going to be the main problem as I cant get out and have hobbies as easily, but even when I have met new people is doesn't end up with meeting people that you then spend time with outside of the hobby.
Is Canberra unfriendly or do I smell bad!
ETA:
Aww bless you all, it sounds like a few of us have felt this way sometimes. Thanks so much for the offers of coffee or a chat, but I would die of embarrassment if I actually took you guys up on your kind offers.
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2020.10.05 23:27 SuzyM [Article] Coronavirus: Sweden defied zealots and never met its Waterloo (The Australian)

From The Australian (under the usual paywall). Sweden's response to Covid in contrast to Australia's.

Sweden never met its Waterloo

Adam Creighton
Sweden’s impressive legacy — ABBA, dynamite, Ikea, for instance — has expanded significantly in 2020, having provided the world with an example of a sane response to what’s turned out a relatively mild pandemic.
The Scandinavian nation deserves enduring credit from reasonable people everywhere for resisting the destructive authoritarian mindset that enveloped democratic nations this year. Sweden was viciously attacked by supposed experts and mainstream media all year that if it didn’t crush commerce by fiat and suspend civil liberties indefinitely, as has occurred in Europe, many US states, and of course Victoria, more than 90,000 Swedes would die.
The army of lockdown zealots will never be able to say lockdowns are essential to avert disaster, if that wasn’t already clear enough from Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.
Historians will struggle to see a public policy disaster in Sweden. The number of deaths there from all causes so far this year, just less than 68,000, is fewer than over the same period in 2015, adjusted for population size. Far from an apocalypse, the total death rate from January 1 to September 20 is barely distinguishable from recent years, notwithstanding a jump from 2019, during which it was unusually low.
While its European neighbours, which bludgeoned their economies for months, now battle “second waves” (albeit with far lower death rates), Sweden has barely had any COVID-19 deaths since mid-July alongside a much milder uptick in so-called cases, which in any case often mean little.
The feared “exponential growth” never occurred (it never occurred anywhere). Swedish hospitals were never “overwhelmed”.
But Sweden’s GDP, which plunged 8.3 per cent in the second quarter, tanked anyway so should it have locked down too and “saved lives”? It’s a fatuous argument, faulty on its own terms, even assuming lockdowns do “save lives” overall.
For a start, its economy suffered in part because its larger neighbours, which themselves endured far bigger drops in GDP, locked down. Second, media fear-mongering left people unreasonably terrified, which, naturally, saw Swedes curtail economic activity.
In any case, looking at GDP over three months is hardly definitive. Sweden’s economy is expected to grow 4 per cent next year, twice as fast as ours, according to the Reserve Bank.
Having inflicted less economic chaos, Sweden’s gross government debt won’t rise beyond 40 per cent, according to its September budget papers, while Canberra’s debt ceiling will be lifted to the equivalent of 55 per cent of GDP along with far bigger budget deficits.
The bigger point is this: the short-term trajectory of GDP matters little. As I’ve argued for years in this column, it’s a flawed, dated measure of prosperity.
In Sweden, no one will be cowering in masks for years; Swedish police are not dragging people screaming from cars or invading homes to stop Facebook sharing. They aren’t shutting internal borders, stopping weddings, funerals or undermining children’s education. The Swedish parliament, unlike Victoria’s, isn’t using the pandemic as an excuse to increase police power. And the Swedish people never had to endure rambling, ridiculous daily press conferences for months about “cases” that belong in a scene from Nineteen Eighty-Four.
And the Swedish government hasn’t set a precedent, which will hang over business investment considerations here for a generation, that whenever a virus emerges, businesses and households will be shut down for months.
None of these factors is reflected in GDP.
There was never a health crisis in Sweden. And there hasn’t been one in Australia, either.
In the first six months of the year, there were 134 fewer deaths from respiratory diseases in Australia, which includes pneumonia and influenza, and 617 additional deaths from cancer compared with the average over 2015-19, according to the ABS’s provisional mortality statistics, released last week. Doctor-certified deaths are within the normal range.
Sweden hasn’t hitched its economic future — and the mobility of its people — to the prospect of a vaccine, either.
As our budget will make clear, forecasts of a return to normality will be contingent on an effective vaccine emerging, and one people will want to take. Given the survival rate for people under 70 is about 99.9 per cent — if they get the virus — it’s unclear how many will want to. Drug companies, under immense pressure to find a vaccine in months rather than the usual eight to 10 years, are understandably trying to wriggle out of liability if something goes wrong.
There are 243 candidate vaccines, of which nine are in stage-three trials, where the wider population testing takes place. There’s no guarantee of success. There’s been no vaccine developed for HIV, for instance.
“It is likely individuals will need two doses of a vaccine and this may need to be repeated every year,” says JP Morgan analyst David Mackie, who took stock of vaccination developments last month. “With a global population of 7.8 billion, this would require 4.7 billion individuals to be vaccinated with two doses each, separated by three to four weeks, and possibly repeated every year.”
Australia’s coronavirus elimination strategy leaves many questions unanswered. How long will we be prevented from leaving, if there’s no effective vaccine? Given the virus is contagious, is it realistic to keep it out forever (assuming it’s not prevalent here)? If not, why has Victoria imposed a 20-week lockdown on its biggest city?
Nations that don’t lock down their populations for months have been cast as immoral, but the truth is more complex. Leadership requires balancing competing objectives, governing for the long term, and being honest with people when new information emerges.
It will require a few more years of data to work out the optimal strategies to fight future pandemics. But what’s clear already — certainly to citizens of Victoria, New Zealand, Israel, the UK and Europe — is that one lockdown, as promised by proponents, does not eradicate the coronavirus.
And let’s drop the idea Swedes care less for their elderly than we do. Sweden spends the equivalent of 3.2 per cent of GDP on its aged-care facilities, compared to about 1 per cent here.
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2020.09.30 12:48 Youmaton 18th General Election - Campaign Details

With the President having issued the writs for election, and the Electoral Commission receiving such writs:

18th General Election - Campaign Details

Campaigning: Monday 5th October AEST - Friday 9th October 8PM
Candidate submission deadline: Wednesday 7th October 7PM
Election day (results calculated): Saturday 10th October
Official results announced: Saturday 10th October or Sunday 11th October
All times are in Canberra time. There will be polls throughout the campaign.

Electoral System

All electorates (15) in this map will be up for election.
https://preview.redd.it/0x3qk96pcmp41.png?width=8205&format=png&auto=webp&s=161e0202a40553f4e6229ceafb21397054e884b0
To help with campaigning below is an interactive map to find places within the electorates. Given this is available to you, you will have reduced mods on your post if you campaign in a place outside of the electorate you are campaigning for:
https://www.google.com/maps/d0/viewer?usp=sharing&mid=15pqtVcVuREuk7ZjqcM9zP4FmoMV8W1_a
Additionally, 4 Senate Seats, elected out of a pool nationally, are up for election. Senators are retiring from the following locations, so targeting these areas of the country may be advisable:
This old map featuring possible locations to campaign in is also available. Note, the NSW boundaries are now out of date: Click Me

Campaigning

All campaigning shall occur on AusSimCampaigning

Endorsements

Endorsements are for parties or organisations to encourage voters to vote for a candidate in a seat they aren’t running in.
Endorsements must be posted in a single post containing all endorsements, labelled "[Party/Org Name] Endorsements".
Endorsements will not count towards any post limits.
Endorsements must be submitted before 8:00pm AEST on Friday 9th October

How to Vote Cards

All candidates will be able to release a How to Vote card after the candidate submission deadline. How to Vote cards will instruct voters how to distribute their preferences in the seat. Lots of a candidate’s voters will follow the How to Vote card.

If no How to Vote card is released, the candidate’s votes will be distributed equally between the remaining candidates when they are eliminated.
It will be much appreciated if each party produces a text verison of all HTV cards labeled "[Party/Org Name] HTV Cards". This is to make the EC's job easier in calculating the results.
How to vote cards will not count towards any post limits.
HTV cards must be submitted before 8:00pm AEST on Friday 9th October.

Post Types, Flairs and Labels

There are five different types of posts:
Electorate posts which are used to campaign in a single electorate.
Each of these post types will have their own flair. The campaigning subreddit has been set up to automatically flair posts. All posts must have a correctly formatted title to make it easier for readers and for automatic flairs:
[Canberra - 5th - Post 1] Youma declares Canberran independence.[National - 9th - Post 5] Rommel tells the masses to just behave.[HTV] How to vote for the Mod Abuse Alliance[Manifesto] The Mod Alliance Manifesto is stapled to every house in the country!!!
If you do not put the electorate in the title, it will be assumed to be a national post regardless of whether it is or not.
Each electorate or national post is required to be labelled with the Date and Post Number as shown above.

Post Limits

Candidates will have five (5) posts that they can use on any day throughout the campaign. However, posting all your posts on one day will diminish the effectiveness. If you have a reason for posting them all at once (say work/holiday), please let me know and I will take this into account.

Candidate submission

OFFICIAL NOTICE
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2020.09.28 17:35 ManhattenProj Myself (22M) am unsure if I am misinterpreting signs from my crush (20F), I don’t know how to act from me.

Hello everyone, this is will be first and possibly the last post I make to Reddit. I’m going to apologies before I even start since this is my first post, it going to be long but I hope some of you will stick to the end and provide me with some of your options and interpretations.
Obviously, all information pertaining to the people in this story will be changed so no identifiable information will be present. I will have some information about me for details reasons. I'll talk about myself first, then the girl, lastly ill talk about my predicament.
Myself (Manhattan) first. 21 turning 22 males, grew up in a little city called Canberra in Australia. Grew up with an abusive alcoholic father who I have not talked too in roughly 3 years and a mother who shows her love in a more backwards way, but I still love her. Was badly verbally and physically bullied in both primary and high school, as such I created an extremely negative image of myself and did not like who I was. Was diagnosed with major depression which is managed very well right now. I have had a lot of female friends that I have had a feeling for but simply kept that to myself so save friendships which hurt a lot.
Was rejected a lot and used by the little female acquaintances I had so they could date my male friends. In my final 2 years, the high school I abandoned the attempt of social life and focused all my time on academics. Entered university for 2 years. Had my one and only relationship so far at the age of 20, it lasted less than 3 weeks and she broke up with me over text. To be fair, I think we dated on impulse because in hindsight we were not compatible at all. I transferred university and started a Double Bachelors of Nursing/Paramedicine, I realized that I have fallen in love with this course and I am following my dream by training to become a paramedic.
The lady (Bec). I meet her in my first year of uni and the new campus (where I am studying to become a paramedic) in a nursing class. Immediately kicked in off, had great conversations, had similar interests, and just overall enjoyed her company greatly. I found her to be an unbelievably pretty, loyal and respectful person in all areas. I find out that she was asexual, but only in the way that sex doesn’t interest her, but she still likes the romantic stuff like holding hands and hugging. She loves to watch music from other cultures, loves drama and romance movies/novels. She plays the pianos, used to love art and enjoy binge-watching movies, playing games and relaxing on the couch until she becomes a fungus. Her cooking is incredible and one day hopes to become a medical officer for New Zealand. I could go on for hours about her but ill leave it there. Recently we have started hanging out more often, spending more time in each other’s company and getting closure. I have cooked for her a couple of times, she painted on a pot plant with a cactus for me. She has not painted in over 2 years, except for me. For my other job, I practice rope binding, she let me practice doing shibari on her one night and stated that she trusted me completely. We will be going rock climbing tomorrow, even though she dislikes physical exercise. She has even stated that her type of guy is the smart and nice guys who have meat to them (I’m not overweight but I have some fat on me), which she has used to describe me.
Tl;dr My dilemma is, I do not know if I am reading signs that aren’t there or if she is actually dropping me hints. The other issue I have is I am afraid of losing one of my best friends if it goes wrong, but I also do not want to miss out on the opportunity. I’m concerned that as her best friend if I keep the friendship as it is, I feel the subconsciously my actions will be done in a manner not as her friend, but as someone wanting more, which is the last thing I want,
To everyone on Reddit, do you think she is sending me signals, or am I misinterpret her kindness as advances because of the loneliness. The second question is, do you think I should say something to her or just remain friends, either A it turns out to be one of the greatest moments of my life, B I lose friend or C I don’t say anything and deal with the feeling that we will never be more for the next 2 years at uni.
If you have any other further questions, please don’t be afraid to ask.
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2020.09.26 00:21 Isurvivedcorona19 The last time an NRL team conceded 60 or more points

The most recent time each nrl club has conceded 60 points.
Team Opposing Team Score Date Days since
Sydney Roosters Souths 60-8 25-09-2020 >1
Parramatta Melbourne 64-10 11-05-2019 504
Souths Melbourne 64-6 26-08-2017 1127
Newcastle Cronulla 62-0 15-05-2016 1595
West Tigers Canberra 60-6 23-04-2016 1617
Canberra Melbourne 68-4 04-08-2013 2610
Warriors Penrith 62-6 18-05-2013 2688
Panthers Canberra 74-12 10-08-2008 4430
Brisbane Parramatta 68-22 02-09-2007 4773
Cowboys Roosters 64-30 09-06-2007 4858
Manly Cronulla 68-6 21-08-2005 5515
Cronulla Parramatta 74-4 23-08-2003 6244
St George Illawarra Melbourne 70-10 03-03-2000 7512
Bulldogs St George 63-12 15-06-1959 22384
Gold Coast - - - -
Melbourne - - - -
Look I probably made a mistake somewhere in this but chill.
Neither Gold coast or Melbourne have conceded 60 but the storm have put 60 on the chargers.
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2020.09.21 15:38 ThomasofHookton Seeking witnesses for a vehicle accident - Intersection Mapleton Ave and Flemington Rd - 11 Sep 20

Location: Intersection of Mapleton Ave and Flemington Rd Date: 11 Sep 20 Time: Approx.1200 pm (noon) Vehicles - White Kia Rio (hatchback) and Silver Toyota (sedan)
Hi Canberra, my friend got into a car accident at the details above. She was driving a White Kia Rio (hatchback), travelling Northbound on Flemington Rd. At the intersection she turned right on a green signal onto Mapleton Ave; where a vehicle travelling south on Flemington ran a red light and struck her on the passenger side as she was completing the turn.
My friend does not own a dashcam, there were witnesses on the scene but she was too emotional at the time and failed to secure witness details. Also unfortunately, my friends does not have comprehensive insurance but the man who struck her does.
The other person has now denied he ran a red light and his insurance company is claiming she is liable for the accident. She obviously can't afford to pay to repair the other person's vehicle nor is she in a financial position to get legal representation.
As a hail Mary, I am hoping that a Redditor might have witnessed the accident and is willing to come forward. Even having a statement from a 3rd party witness would greatly strengthen her case and make the insurance company go away.
If any happen to be in the area and saw what happened, could you please DM so that we can get in touch. Thanks!
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2020.09.18 15:15 magic_porkchop Stock trading/school

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Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Extra info or particulars: have never built a pc in my life.
thank you very kindly!
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2020.09.09 06:49 dCodePonerology Preprint: Maximizing the probability that the 6-week lock-down in Victoria delivers a COVID-19 free Australia

Maximizing the probability that the 6-week lock-down in Victoria delivers a COVID-19 free Australia

Tony Blakely, Jason Thompson, Natalie Carvalho, Laxman Bablani, Nick Wilson and Mark StevensonMed J Aust Published online: 17 July 2020
https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2020/maximizing-probability-6-week-lock-down-victoria-delivers-covid-19-free-australia
This article has now been accepted for publication and has undergone full peer review but has not completed the copyediting, typesetting, pagination and proofreading process; further changes may be made before final publication. The current revised version is available as a PDF here and is online here (4 September 2020).
This is a preprint version of an article submitted for publication in the Medical Journal of Australia. Changes may be made before final publication. Click here for the PDF version. Suggested citation: Blakely T, Thompson J, Carvalho N, Bablani L, Wilson N, Stevenson M. Maximizing the probability that the 6-week lock-down in Victoria delivers a COVID-19 free Australia. Med J Aust 2020; https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2020/maximizing-probability-6-week-lock-down-victoria-delivers-covid-19-free-australia [Preprint, 17 July 2020].
Victoria is the unlucky state in a lucky country. Most other states and territories, except for NSW, have achieved elimination of community transmission of the pandemic virus SARS-CoV-2 (28 or more days of no locally acquired cases where the source is unknown).
The situation in NSW is mixed and precarious. On the one hand, NSW has a current outbreak of 40 cases (as of 16 July) linked to the Crossroads Hotel outbreak in Casula. On the other hand, until 16 July there had only been three locally acquired cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection with no known source in the preceding 28 days suggesting NSW was on the cusp of elimination 1 – but three cases have been reported on 16 July with no obvious link to the current outbreak.2 If NSW successfully contains this outbreak, it may resume its prior trajectory towards the elimination of local transmission, leaving Victoria isolated as the only state with community transmission.
It seems highly unlikely that states and territories that have eliminated local transmission will relinquish their status by freely opening borders and engaging with Victoria (and NSW if community transmission remains). Australia going forward as two separate systems (six or seven states and territories having eliminated the virus, one or two not) is a significant concern. Both the Victorian economy (comprising 23.7% of Australia’s economy 3) and the wider Australian economy will be adversely impacted for a long period due to the public health measures necessary to prevent and control recurrent outbreaks arising from resurgent community transmission.
There are three general strategic policy responses to the challenge of COVID-19: elimination, suppression, and mitigation (or herd immunity). No response is free of economic, social and health harms – rather, it is about minimising harm.4 Society has largely rejected a mitigation response due to the high morbidity and mortality inherent (e.g. if 60% of the population were infected the number of deaths may exceed 100,000 under current case fatality rates 5). We argue that explicitly pushing towards a strategy of elimination across all of Australia is optimal given where we are at and what we know.

Elimination strategy

We know from New Zealand (NZ; population 5.0 million)6 and Taiwan (23.8 million)7 that elimination of community transmission is achievable in island jurisdictions, both having no reported community transmission for over two months as of 10 July.8 The advantage of elimination is that despite international border closures or strict quarantine, citizens can go about life with a near-normal functioning of their society and economy.
Elimination has challenges. First, there is the extra effort to achieve it – and the fact that aiming to achieve elimination does not guarantee success. Second, having achieved elimination, there would be the constant risk of the virus re-entering due to quarantine breaches. This is evident from the two quarantine hotels in Melbourne that leaked cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection. However, if we learn from experience, there is no reason why the quarantine of arrivals to a country cannot be made near-perfectly secure with the appropriate processes and resources.
How sustainable a COVID-19 free nation with tight border controls is in the very long term is unclear, especially when international tourism begins to be resurrected in the rest of the world. If an effective vaccine does not arrive in the next year or so, then at some point a COVID-19 free country may choose to pivot away from maintaining elimination towards suppression or mitigation. This could involve the easing of border restrictions and the return of disease spread but where the mortality and morbidity burden is substantially lessened through improved treatments and social mechanisms to protect the elderly and vulnerable (e.g. good ring-fencing of rest-homes). The point now, though, is that living in a state or country that has achieved elimination is a far better option than suppression in the short- to medium-term, compared to the high likelihood of recurrent outbreaks precipitating recurrent lock-downs with attendant social and economic disruption. For example, NZ used a more stringent lock-down that Australia in March to April 2020 (Supplementary Figure 1 - available in PDF), rapidly achieved elimination, and its economy appears to have bounced back more strongly than Australia’s, at least on the measure of payroll job estimates (Supplementary Figure 2 - available in PDF). So too, COVID-19 free Australian states and territories (e.g., Queensland) are benefiting economically, enabling the re-opening of business activity and hosting of national sporting teams and fixtures such as the AFL.

Is elimination achievable with a six-week lock-down?

Lock-downs are effective for pandemic control.9,10 Our case for an explicit elimination strategy in Victoria, now, is that given the State is in lock-down for six-weeks there is only a marginal cost of ‘going hard’ with a rigorous public health response that increases the probability of achieving elimination. But is elimination achievable within six-weeks?
We examined four policy scenarios using an agent-based model, a type of micro-simulation of individuals. The model accurately reflects the prior experience of both NZ and Australia 11, and in this paper, we have adapted it to Victoria (including the case counts up to 14 July) (see Appendix for details - available in PDF). The four policy approaches were:
  1. Standard, reflecting the first Australian lock-down (calibrated in ), with key parameters including 85% of people observing physical distancing; of those observing physical distancing, they do so 85% of the time; 30% of adult workers are essential workers; 93% of people asked to isolate doing so; 20% uptake of COVID-Safe App; but no closure of schools and no mask-wearing.
  2. Standard plus masks at 50%, above plus 50% of people wearing masks when in crowded indoor environments.
  3. Stringent with masks at 50%, schools closed and essential workers restricted to 20% of workers, otherwise as above.
  4. Stringent with masks at 90%, above with mask use increased to 90%.
Figure 1 (available in PDF) shows the percentage likelihood of elimination in Victoria, defined as the date of clearance of infection by the last case. The observable moment of 28 days without a locally acquired case with no known contact follows by about another two weeks.
Under the ‘Standard‘ policy approach, there is no chance that all infected people will have cleared their SARS-CoV-2 infection by 19 August (six-weeks after lock-down started). The probabilities for the other three policy approaches are 5% for ‘Standard plus masks at 50%’; slightly more at about 7% for ‘Stringent with masks at 50%’; and nearly 50% for ‘Stringent plus masks at 90%’. As an important aside, as we have updated these model runs in the week since lockdown began, the curves have been shifting to the right due to the ongoing high numbers of daily cases. If Victoria gets on top of the current outbreak, these probabilities may improve, and the curves shift to the left – but also vice versa. We will update these models on a regular basis.
Undertaking simulation modelling of SARS-CoV-2 policy options is challenging and the uncertainties are still large. Nevertheless, our results lend weight to the proposition that elimination is achievable, and that mandatory wearing of masks can greatly assist its chances.

A ten-point plan to maximize the chance of elimination in Victoria

Box 1 (available in PDF) gives enhancements to the stay-at-home orders used in the first lock-down, that should see an increased probability of elimination being achieved. The first and critical point is leadership. Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews (and indeed all State and Territory Premiers) should explicitly declare ‘elimination’ as the goal. This should be accompanied by increased transparency and target-setting including the appointment of an expert advisory group in order to increase trust in the process. An explicit goal will more likely avert a public clamouring for premature opening up again as case-numbers fall and will recognise that these investments will have greater health and economic payoffs in the future.
Since the second lock-down in Victoria was announced (Tuesday 7 July), progress with aspects of this ten-point plan has already been made with the closure of schools (other than for year 11 and 12, and special needs students), encouragement to wear masks in indoor environments (though we argue this needs to be mandatory), and commitments to improve contact tracing capacity.

Conclusion

We argue that Melbourne and Victoria should not waste the opportunity this lock-down presents. By learning from the lessons on social and preventive measures to lower SARS-CoV-2 transmissibility,9,10,12,13 and specifically the lessons from NZ,4 Taiwan and six of the eight Australia States and Territories that have achieved elimination, Victoria can increase its chances of also eliminating community transmission.
There is the risk of failure – we cannot guarantee that our ten-point plan will achieve elimination, we cannot guarantee high compliance in measures by the Victoria population if a more stringent lock-down was imposed, and if the outbreak in NSW restarts community transmission then both NSW and Victoria will need to have elimination strategies for Australia to eliminate. But we argue that it would be a bigger failure to not enhance the probability of elimination by augmenting the current lock-down now. Our work and those of others who have independently considered the alternatives consistently demonstrates that elimination is possible, and if achieved optimal for health and long-term for the economy.4,14-16
Finally, we can only make estimates as to what the future holds. If a timely vaccine does not arrive, or treatments greatly improve, then for Australia to fully reintegrate with the rest of the world there may be a need to pivot to suppression and then mitigation. But we argue this is a decision better reserved for the future as the disease evolves and our knowledge improves; an Australia with no community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in the near-term will be better and stronger for it.

References

  1. https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/default.aspx.
  2. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-16/nsw-coronavirus-three-mystery-cases-concern-authorities/12460650.
  3. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Australian National Accounts: State Accounts, 2018-19. In: Australian Bureau of Statistics, editor. Canberra; 2019.
  4. Blakely T, Bablani L, Carvalho N, et al. Integrated quantification of the health and economic impacts of differing strategies to control the COVID-19 pandemic. Under review.
  5. Blakely T, Wilson N. The maths and ethics of minimising COVID-19 deaths. In: University of Melbourne, editor. Pursuit. Melbourne: University of Melbourne,; 2020.
  6. Baker M, Kvalsvig A, Verrall A. New Zealand’s COVID-19 elimination strategy. Medical Journal of Australia 2020; Preprint.
  7. United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division. World Population Prospects 2019: Data Booklet. New York: United Nations, 2020.
  8. https://covid19.mohw.gov.tw/EN/mp-206.html, https://www.cdc.gov.tw/en/Disease/SubIndex/, https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus.
  9. Flaxman S, Mishra S, Gandy A, et al. Estimating the effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 in Europe. Nature 2020.
  10. Hsiang S, Allen D, Annan-Phan S, et al. The effect of large-scale anti-contagion policies on the COVID-19 pandemic. Nature 2020.
  11. Thompson J, McClure R, Blakely T, et al. Modelling the estimated likelihood of eliminating the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in Australia and New Zealand under public health policy settings: an agent-based-SEIR approach. (SSRN 3588074 2020; https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3588074). under review 2020.
  12. Bi Q, Wu Y, Mei S, et al. Epidemiology and transmission of COVID-19 in 391 cases and 1286 of their close contacts in Shenzhen, China: a retrospective cohort study. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2020.
  13. Chu DK, Akl EA, Duda S, et al. Physical distancing, face masks, and eye protection to prevent person-to-person transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The Lancet 2020; 395(10242): 1973-87.
  14. Daly J. COVID-19. The endgame and how to get there. Melbourne, Australia: The Grattan Institute, 2020.
  15. Group of Eight A. COVID-19 Roadmap to Recovery: A Report for the Nation, 2020.
  16. Chang S, Harding N, Zachreson C, Cliff O, Prokopenko M. Modelling transmission and control of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia. arXiv 2020: arXiv:2003.10218v1 [q-bio.PE].
  17. Ministry of Health. Aotearoa/New Zealand’s COVID-19 elimination strategy: an overview. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Health,, 2020.
  18. Li X, Xu W, Dozier M, et al. The role of children in transmission of SARS-CoV-2: A rapid review. J Glob Health 2020; 10(1): 011101.
  19. https://covid19.govt.nz/.
  20. https://www.bsg.ox.ac.uk/research/research-projects/coronavirus-government-response-tracker.
  21. Hale T, Hale AJ, Kira B, et al. Global Assessment of the Relationship between Government Response Measures and COVID-19 Deaths. 2020.
  22. https://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/[email protected]/mf/6160.0.55.001.
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2020.09.08 13:22 riley8583 (EXCLUSIVE) INTERVIEW WITH FORMER PRIME MINISTER AND AFP CANDIDATE FOR MONCRIEFF

THE BOOMERANG NETWORK
2GB RADIO GOLD COAST
(EXCLUSIVE) INTERVIEW WITH FORMER PRIME MINISTER AND AFP CANDIDATE FOR MONCRIEFF 08/09/2020
“Good evening Australia, Good evening to those listeners in the Moncrieff electorate, today we have a former Prime Minister and now Australia First Party Candidate Riley8583. Welcome to the program Riley8583.” (Alan Jones)
“Thank you, Alan, and thank you to all those listeners across the country and the listeners in my electorate of Moncrieff.” (Riley8583)
“Now today we have seen the Member for Canberra come out and attack your campaign, what do you have to say in response to the Member?” (Alan Jones)
“Alan, I am lost for words here, we have seen the Social Democratic Party roll out its attack poodle, the Member for Canberra should stick to their own politics and their own backyard, after all, they have been an ineffective member of parliament and Minister of the crown. Now, Alan, I would like to address the claims made by the member, they claim that their candidate made Moncrieff marginal yet their candidate did not. The electorate of Moncrieff strongly voted for My13InchDuck and the then LNP, in fact, 62% of the electorate voted for the LNP over the SDP in the electorate, so Alan I don’t exactly know how that is marginal. Now I’d like to get onto the next claim, they claim that I did nothing for farmers during my time in the office of Prime Minister, that is an absolute lie Alan, I introduced legislation which protected dairy farmers, I introduced legislation which gave farmers the right to prosecute protesters on their property, my government's budget had a program which tackled problems within farming communities, but again I did nothing for farmers apparently. The member claims that my party room rebelled against me. I’m sorry I don’t recall this, my party room backed me until the day I resigned. I don’t know how changing electorates is betraying the people but again sure thing. The member lastly claims that I will not deliver anything for this electorate if I am elected, well that is another lie, I will deliver my policy platform because I am for the people, I stand with the people of Moncrieff, the SDP candidate does not. It’s also interesting to see the SDP attack me specifically out of all of the other candidates in the race, they must see me as a major threat in this by-election. Alan, I think it’s time we move onto another topic.” (Riley8583)
“Thank you Riley, the people of Moncrieff deserve to hear your side, we need to stand up against the lies of the Social Democrats. We have a couple of questions from people within Moncrieff, the first question is from James: Hi Riley, what will you do to support small businesses in the electorate of Moncrieff if elected?” (Alan Jones)
“Thank you, Alan, and thank you, James, if I am elected, I pledge to work with members of the opposition and government to pass a plan which aids small businesses, a plan which lowers taxes for small businesses, a plan which gives businesses the chance to rehire and recover from the economic despair.” (Riley8583)
“Thank you, Riley, that is all we have time for, we now have to move onto your closing statement.” (Alan Jones)
“People of Moncrieff, when you go to the polls, make your vote count, vote for a candidate and party that will put this electorate first, a candidate that will stand up to identify politics and virtue signalling, a candidate that will stand up for your freedoms and civil liberties, a candidate that will fight for lower taxes and small government, a candidate that will support small and medium businesses, a candidate that will fight for farmers. I am the candidate with a plan to get Moncrieff back on track, back onto the road to economic recovery. We can do this Moncrieff, on Election Day vote 1 Australia First!” (Riley8583)
“That was Riley8583, the former Prime Minister and candidate for Moncrieff.” (Alan Jones)
“That is all we have for you now, to stay up to date with the latest news head to www.TheBoomerangNetwork.com.au” (Alan Jones)
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2020.09.08 12:46 TheAAssassinGamer I need help putting together a parts list

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
So i want to build a gaming pc to use for gaming but for work as well as for work (you know normal things such as office 365 word, etc) but i want a pc that would strong enough to play titles such as Dark Souls, cs go, cod, battlefield. I dont care that my games run at highest performance nothing overkill just 1080 60 fps.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
My maximum budget is 900 AUD.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I plan on building it around 2 weeks from now.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Included in the budget is the case and the parts.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
I am located in Canberra, AUS and i dont have access to many stores for parts so can you please refer to this pdf (https://docdro.id/yo7SKl5). The pdf is from my local parts store and It has parts i can easily obtain (i'd rather not buy anything online since shipping is very unreliable during this pandemic)
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I am not reusing any parts.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I'm might overclock down the line but thats a very slight chance as im not that experienced in overclocking.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
What i think would be good is that i get a small ssd for the os and a large hdd for games. But please feel free to correct me if you have a better suggestion.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
I dont really mind what the case looks like maybe some LED lighting if there is space in the budget to get a tower with a window but if not just a standard tower is fine.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
I dont want the os to be included in the budget.
Extra info or particulars: Thanks in advance.
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2020.09.07 17:55 _Sunnydash Unloading about a stressful period with a uBPD mother

I have a complex situation I've gotten myself into. This is a long story.
Next year I am starting work as a junior doctor. For medical school, I went to the other side of the country (Melbourne, Australia) as far away as possible from my family to be able to focus on myself and get through medical school. I took up a short placement at the hospital of my hometown (Tamworth) in March this year to see what living at home would be like and whether I would like working at the hospital. It was such a good place to work, that I applied for a job there for next year and got it. However, while there in Tamworth the coronavirus pandemic hit its peak and I was forced into lockdown at home with my uBPD mother, brother with neurofibromatosis/intellectual disability and father. My dad was a very passive man who would essentially be a punching bag for my mother and brother's abuse. I talked to him about getting away from my mum, that being treated this way wasn't normal and that he didn't have to live like that. But he has always been unconditionally loving and accepting of my mother. When asking my mother why she was still with my dad if she hated him so much, she said she was "waiting for him to die" and she couldn't be bothered with the paperwork. My dad had told my older sister if him dying was what it was going to take for mum to be happy, so be it; he was okay with that. They lived in separate rooms in the house for the past 20 years despite my dad's best efforts of constantly trying to please my mum. Having to spend so much time at home again after 7 years living away brought up a lot of repressed memories from my childhood of my mum's abuse, and I managed to get back across the border once the travel restrictions were lifted. I realised that the way my mother put me down, and emotionally abused me as a child was not normal. I was number 7 of 9 children, and was pinned as the scape goat. I cried myself to sleep for a month after being home in Tamworth, thinking about how I was constantly yelled for being a "fxxking b*tch" at 4 years old, such as for getting kicked in the nose by my brother and having a nosebleed, then locked outside in the cold for the night so I "wouldn't put blood on the carpet". That kind of thing.
Since March, my father suddenly passed away on the 8/8/2020. It was a very traumatic experience as he had a stroke and suffered from locked in syndrome, so his body was unable to move but his mind was still there. The muscles responsible for him being able to breathe were paralysed and he was kept alive on life support. He communicated yes and no from blinking. Behind the scenes, my mother was convincing doctors that he was unable to make decisions for himself, and plotted when she and the doctors were going to take out the life support tubes. She lied to me and told me that Dad knew the date they were going to end his life, but she actually never talked to him about it and just assumed he would go along with it. The motto of our family was "mum said" as anything my mum said went. I was able to come into the room on the 7/8/2020 the day my mum planned for the doctors to take out the tubes. When the doctors came and asked my dad if he was ready, he looked confused. I asked him a series of yes or no questions, and found out he was never consulted on when they were taking the life support tubes out, and that he thought he had weeks or even months left to live on the life support in hospital, not days. The look of shock and betrayal on his face in that moment I will never forget (my mum has since gaslit the story and put herself in my shoes and said she was the one to find out "the doctors never told him their plan!"). I might add that when my father was given the decision of end of life care in hospital or to get a tracheostomy to extend his life in his paralysed body, my mother insisted I wasn't in the room as she told my other siblings "it would have affected dad's decision and make him pick the wrong thing".
It was hard to forgive my mother for choosing to end my father's life without his consent. But I got to stay next to him on his final night on earth, and we talked about how at the end of the day it wouldn't have mattered whether I was there whenever decisions were made or not as the decision was never up to my dad, it was always going to be mum's choice (dad's eyes blinked twice vigorously in agreement). And dad just wanted whatever made mum happy (another blink yes). He asked me to take care of her which I agreed to at the time.
To make matters worse, my mother had a psychogenic seizure (essentially a fake seizure) for the first time on the 7/8/2020, the day she planned for dad to die. I had to do CPR for her and call an ambulance. She was unresponsive and not breathing. When I started chest compressions, after the 6th one she pushed me off her (always a great sign!!!!) and the paramedics got there, she started to respond, acting very weak and quiet. They took her to a mental health hospital but she was discharged very quickly after confirming no medical reason for her "funny turn". They would have kept her there if it wasn't for her missing her husband's death day if they continued their assessment.
Now I am back in Tamworth and living at home. As I accepted the job in Tamworth next year, I'd organised to do the rest of my university work/preinternship placement in Tamworth and am living at home again... but now without my dad. The dynamic here is even worse. Now that they don't have my dad to abuse, it's all now being directed at me. My brother and my mother bring out the worst in each other by enabling each other.Tonight, I was on the phone to my sister-in-law, who was asking me where I was going to live next year, and I said it would be cheaper for me to stay here rather than rent a place, and that my husband could live here for free (which was the agreement I made with my parents) as he’s not going to have a job (refractory epilepsy, seizures) for a while and brother blew up “YOU CANT STAY HERE FOR FREE!!!!!” And I said I’ve discussed it with mum and of course I would pay rent next year and it has nothing to do with him. But he went on and on and on, trying to use me as his new punching bag as my dad is not around anymore, swearing and abusing me. Unfortunately my own husband is too like my own father was, passive and quiet instead of sticking up for me. I told my mum to talk some sense into my brother, and instead of de-escalating things she said she was "too stressed" and blamed me for my brother's behaviour, packed up her bags and said she was going to Canberra (~10 hours drive, family live there). Instead of begging her to stay and appealing to her victim complex, I said it was a good idea and it would be nice for her to go and be with her family. Then she changes her mind and says she want to go to QLD (nobody we know lives there) and rushes out of the house. When another brother rang and tried to talk sense into her, telling her 10pm at night is not a good time to start a long trip, she said she hoped she would crash and die *eye roll*.She comes home 12am after disappearing for 2 hours, to yell at me and tell me that my brother was contemplating suicide and it's all my fault (because I told him not to do the same thing to mum that he did to dad when he stressed her out to the point of running away) and that I'm going to be a terrible doctor if I do that to my patients (????). After all this stress, I go to bed with my husband downstairs away from those two and my poor husband has a seizure from all the stress. While he is post-ictal, my mother knocks on my door to tell me she was feeling dad's presence in her room. I told her the stress from my brother's nonsense made my husband have a seizure and it's not good enough. She silently walks away, pretending that everything that transpired tonight never happened as usual.
Now for the advice/validation part.
After tonight, I know I can't live with my mother. She is not a normal mother and I can't take care of her. I thought that living with family would help me have some support for my unwell husband, but it is just making him sicker. I can't cope with his illness alone with my career, and his own mother won't even let him stay over at his house since his epilepsy diagnosis as it's "too much responsibility" if he has a seizure. Financially, I would be paying ~$100 a week to live at home, which would be great while I try and get my husband's epilepsy under control and he can't work. It is a huge house that used to home 9 children and my parents, but only my mother and brother live there now. I want to fufill my dad's wish of taking care of mum, but equally I feel that he would want me to take care of myself.I feel so deeply sad that I accepted this job next year thinking I could spend more time with my father living here, and am wishing I took the job offer up at Melbourne. No one else in my family has been as mistreated as I have by my mother throughout the years. I was always put down, told I wasn't good enough, discouraged from pursuing my dreams. Sworn at and blamed for every problem. It's very hard to come to terms with the fact that your mother does not, cannot, love you.

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