Victoria recorded four new coronavirus cases on Sunday, all of which were linked to current outbreaks and had been isolating for the entirety of their infectious period.
The cases come off the back of 25,779 tests, more than twice the average number health authorities would see on a Saturday.
Two of the new cases were patrons of Ms Frankie, one was a known social contact linked to Young and Jackson and one was a household contact of an individual who attended the Wallabies game at AAMI Park.
There are currently 161 active infections in Victoria, 19 less than yesterday. Eight are in hospital, three are in intensive care and one is on a ventilator.
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The Department of Health cleared 1266 primary close contacts yesterday and about 5000 primary active close contacts remain.
Officials also conducted 712 household visits yesterday, including to eight active cases and 704 close contacts.
It comes as health authorities turn their attention to the upstream and downstream risks associated with the Frankston outbreak.
However, almost all tests returned associated from possible contacts have come back negative.
Authorities are also chasing those who attended a Tier 1 site in Melbourne's East on Wednesday July 28. About 147 messages have been sent to patrons who visited a Woolworths at Devon Plaza, Doncaster between 10.20am and 11.25am.
The LaCrosse Apartments in Docklands also continue to be a focus for authorities.
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