Update, 12pm: There have been two new cases of COVID-19 identified overnight in the region.
One case is located in the Glenelg Shire and one in the Moyne Shire. Both cases are currently under investigation by the Public Health Unit.
There are now nine active cases across the region:
- One active case in Warrnambool
- One active case in Moyne
- Three active cases in Corangamite
- Four active cases in Glenelg
No new exposure sites have been listed overnight.
Earlier, 9am: A Warrnambool school student has tested positive to COVID-19 overnight, prompting a call for the school and wider community to get tested.
The student has been kept home and is isolating following the result, Brauer College Principal Jane Boyle said on Friday night.
"A student who attends Brauer College has been notified that he has the COVID-19 virus," Ms Boyle told staff, students and parents.
"We thank the family who has informed us and the student has been kept home whilst being tested.
"Please remain calm as we are working through the implications and contact tracing.
"An update for all of the Brauer College community via COMPASS will occur Sunday afternoon."
South West Healthcare's Warrnambool COVID testing clinic at Merri Street is open 8am - 4pm by appointment only on 5563 1666.
As of Friday night, 34 COVID-19 cases have been linked to a Hamilton country music event.
Victoria has recorded five new COVID deaths and 1252 new cases overnight.
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