How Melbourne's virus outbreak has spread

The number of exposure sites in Melbourne has grown from 10 to 50 and includes the MCG.
The number of exposure sites in Melbourne has grown from 10 to 50 and includes the MCG.


* Case one - male in his 30s, tested Sunday, positive on Monday.

* Case two - male in his 70s, went with case one to be tested. Also tested positive. Same family but different household.

* Cases three and four - a woman in her 70s and a child. Relatives of cases one and two.

* Case five had a business meeting with case one. Case five is suspected of being the first to contract COVID-19 in the cluster.

* Cases six to nine are in different households to case five, but the same family.

* Cases 10 to 12 are workplace primary close contacts of case nine, at a finance firm in Port Melbourne.

* Case 13 is a contact of case one.

* Cases 14 and 15 are workplace contacts of case nine.


* The number of exposure sites has grown from 10 to more than 50 and includes the MCG

* Three inner-suburban sites on Saturday night and early Sunday morning are of particular concern to authorities - Three Monkeys and the Somewhere Bar in Prahran, and South Yarra's Circus Bar.

* Exposure sites available at



* Greater Melbourne arrivals banned from 6pm on Wednesday. Returning SA residents and permitted essential travellers must enter 14-day quarantine.

* Anyone who has returned from Greater Melbourne since May 20 must isolate pending a negative test result. Tests on days one, five and 13.

* Arrivals from Bendigo local government area permitted but must isolate until they return a negative test. Tests on day one, five and 13.


* Anyone who has been in the City of Whittlesea since May 11 will be turned away on arrival in Queensland from 1am on Thursday.

* Queensland residents and people with an exemption who have been in Whittlesea since that date will go into mandatory hotel quarantine.


* Any Greater Melbourne and Bendigo arrivals must fill out a travel declaration form confirming they have not visited any venues of concern.

* People now in NSW who have been in Victoria since May 12 should regularly check exposure site list.


* All arrivals from Victoria required to get tested within 48 hours and isolate until they return a negative result.

* Arrivals who have visited exposure sites must self-isolate for 14 days and get tested on day two and 11.

* Air arrivals must continue wearing a mask when leaving the airport and cannot use public transport. The same rules apply to Victorian land arrivals upon entry.


* Ban on travel from high-risk areas, plus City of Whittlesea

* Anyone now in Tasmania who was in the area on or after May 6 should self-isolate until they obtain a negative test.


* Anyone in Canberra who has been in Victoria within the past 14 days advised to check list of exposure sites.


* Testing and quarantine rules apply, depending on when travellers arrived from Greater Melbourne and which exposure sites they visited.


* Three-day suspension of travel bubble.

Australian Associated Press