COVID-19: Victoria’s latest coronavirus numbers
Victoria recorded seven new cases of coronavirus overnight, up from just one new case yesterday.
Two of the new cases are believed to have spread via community transmission.
One of the people diagnosed is in mandatory quarantine in a city hotel after recently returning from overseas.
There are 28 people with COVID-19 in hospitals across the state, including 12 in intensive care.
The death toll remains at 15.
Of the 1336 cases of the virus in Victoria, 1202 people have recovered.
April 15: 8 new cases
April 16: 2 new cases
April 17: 1 new case
April 18: 17 new cases
April 19: 9 new cases
April 20: 1 new cases
Today: 7 new cases
There are 1,336 cases of #COVID19 in Victoria & sadly 15 deaths. 138 cases may indicate community transmission. 28 people are in hospital, inc 12 in ICU. 1,202 people have recovered & > 88,000 Victorians have been tested. Our message is clear: Stay. At. Home. #springst
— Jenny Mikakos MP #StayHomeSaveLives (@JennyMikakos) April 20, 2020
Meanwhile, 89 people across the state were fined for breaking COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.
Among those caught was a Geelong resident who was found drunk on a train in Frankston.