Snapshot of Vic's 1903 new COVID-19 cases

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Almost 90 per cent of Victorians over 16 have had a first vaccine dose and 66.5 per cent a second.
Camera IconAlmost 90 per cent of Victorians over 16 have had a first vaccine dose and 66.5 per cent a second. Credit: AAP

SNAPSHOT OF VICTORIA'S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK:

NEW CASES

* 1903 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19

* Seven deaths reported on Monday:

- a man in his 50s from Brimbank

- a woman in her 60s and a man in his 90s from Whittlesea

- a man in his 70s from Baw Baw

- a woman in her 70s from Moreland

- a woman in her 80s and a woman in her 90s from Casey

* Death toll from the current outbreak: 152

* Of the latest cases in metropolitan Melbourne:

- 592 are in the city's southeastern suburbs (including 188 in City of Casey and 158 cases in Greater Dandenong)

- 519 in western suburbs ( including 176 cases in Hume)

- 497 in northern suburbs

- 106 in eastern suburbs

* 166 of the new cases are in regional Victoria, including:

- 38 in Greater Geelong

- 29 in Latrobe

- 19 in Baw Baw

- 14 in Bendigo

- 12 in Shepparton

- Nine in Mildura

- Three in Ballarat

* Total active cases: 22,327, including 1794 in regional Victoria

* 61,341 primary close contacts across the state

* 69,825 test results processed on Sunday

VACCINATIONS

* 32,405 vaccines administered at state-run hubs on Sunday

* 89.2 per cent of Victorians over 16 have had a first vaccine dose and 66.5 per cent a second

HOSPITALISATIONS

* 851 people in hospital, up 74 from Sunday, 155 of whom are in intensive care, including 103 on a ventilator

List of exposure sites available at https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/case-alerts-public-exposure-sites

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