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Photograph: Courtesy of DHHS

DHHS releases map showing Melbourne confirmed cases by neighbourhood

Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services has released a map breaking down confirmed and active cases

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If you’re looking for a breakdown of coronavirus cases by neighbourhood in Melbourne, Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services has released one. 

This interactive daily report is of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Victoria. It’s updated daily and is compiled by the DHSS based on data that's made available to them.

Confirmed cases are those who have had a positive lab test result for Covid-19. Plus, it’s important to note that the charts and figures show the residential location of the confirmed case – namely, it isn’t necessarily where the person is residing right now, but where their residential address is. 

As of today, July 31, there are 5,385 confirmed active cases in Victoria. The most cases are found in the areas of Brimbank (651), Wyndham (601), Hume (428), Whittlesea (392), Melton (312) and Moreland (302). 

DHHS screenshot July 24

 

Photograph: Courtesy of DHHS

 

Click through here for access to the map, and read up about the latest information from Victoria’s DHHS here

UPDATE 07/07/2020: If you find the DHHS map a little difficult to use, university student Hassan Andrabi has created his own active map visualising information found about confirmed Victorian cases of Covid. Check it out here. Please note there may be discrepancies between the two maps due to a lag in updating data from the DHHS. 

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