Coronavirus Replace for Victoria – Tuesday October 26, 2021

COVID-19 data

Victoria government agencies delivered 28,232 doses of vaccine yesterday. The total number of doses administered by government services is 4,484,902.

91.6 percent of Victorians aged 16 and over now have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 75.4 percent have received two doses. This excludes the latest Commonwealth data.

There are 817 COVID-19 cases in the Victoria hospital. 147 of these cases are in the intensive care unit, 88 of them on a ventilator.

Of those in intensive care yesterday, 96 percent were not fully vaccinated.

Victoria was informed of 1,510 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday. All cases were local. The 10 local government areas with the most new cases are Casey, Cardinia, Melton, Wyndham, Greater Dandenong, Whittlesea, Hume, Brimbank, Melbourne, and Latrobe.

All locations with new cases will be posted under Victorian COVID-19 dates.

There are 24,715 active cases in Victoria. The total number of confirmed cases in Victoria since the pandemic began is 81,651.

Unfortunately, the department was informed of four deaths yesterday, bringing the total number of deaths in Victoria since the pandemic started to 1,052.

55,679 COVID-19 tests were processed yesterday. The total number of tests conducted in Victoria since the pandemic began is 12,976,061.

There are currently more than 71,000 active primary close contacts in isolation in Victoria.


Restrictions will be eased again at 6 p.m. on October 29th as so many Victorians take steps to protect themselves and their community. For more information, see Victoria’s Roadmap.

The Victorian government will enact a new pandemic-specific part of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008. For more information, see Laws to Establish Safe and Clear Responses to Pandemics.

Service Victoria has updated its app to include a new feature that notifies Victorians in the app when they have checked in at a Tier 1 exposure site listed on the coronavirus website. This new feature is another way Victorians can identify when they have visited a Tier 1 exposure site so they can isolate themselves faster to protect the community.

The Department of Health is working closely with NSW Health to respond to the increasing cases in the Albury Wodonga area. COVID-19 testing is available in Wodonga at the drive through at Albury Wodonga Health at 79 Vermont St and at the walk-in Wodonga Respiratory Clinic at 224-226 Beechworth Rd.

To access the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Victoria, visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria website

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