Coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap and data
Find out more about Victoria's roadmap to reopening
Latest Victorian numbers
Updated: 24 October 2020 05:00pm
new cases (last 24 hours)
From 11:59pm 18 October changes are being made to restrictions in both metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Information for you
For health services and professionals
Clinical resources and guides, case definition, pandemic plan and checklists.
Getting tested for COVID-19
Find out if you should be tested and where you can go to have the test done.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Victorians are coming together in communities across the state to keep ourselves, our families and mob safe.
Family violence crisis response and support
Support is available if you or someone you know is in quarantine or self-isolating and is at risk or experiencing family violence.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for workers in the community services, disability, alcohol and other drugs, and housing and homelessness sectors.
Information for older people and seniors
Information and resources on coronavirus (COVID-19) for older people, their family, friends and carers.
Information and advice about travel overseas, entering Australia and self-quarantine.
Fifteen testing sites continued to operate across Melbourne’s northern suburbs, including drive through testing at the East Preston Islamic College (EPIC) to ensure students, their families and the broader community can get tested for COVID19 quickly and easily.
The Department of Health and Human Services is working to contain an outbreak of coronavirus in Melbourne’s northern suburbs with more than 9,400 tests completed since Tuesday.
The Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging all East Preston Islamic College and Croxton School families and staff to get tested at any testing centre in Melbourne, immediately even if they do not have symptoms, and stay home until they receive their results.