Victoria confirms 3 new cases of Covid-19, 2 linked to Function Centre at Coburg; four new exposure sites added

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Melbourne, Victoria

Victoria has confirmed three new cases of Covid-19 in the 24 hours leading to Sunday, 14th February, 2021. Of the three cases, two are locally acquired, and the other in hotel quarantine.

Both locally acquired cases are linked to a party at the Function Centre, Coburg on 6th February, 2021. The two new cases are a woman and a child – both from different households.

There are now three cases linked to the Function Centre – a female hotel quarantine worker linked to the Holiday Inn had attended a party at the dining centre on 6th February. She tested positive for Covid-19 on 10th February.

Contact tracing of party-goers and staff working at the hotel is underway, and the government along with community leaders have been urging anyone who is a contact, or exhibiting mild-symptoms to come forward and test themselves.

Meanwhile, DHHS has also added four new exposure sites in Broadmeadows and Pascoe Vale.

They included the Elite Swimming in Pascoe Vale, Woolworths at Broadmeadows, Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses at Broadmeadows and the Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre at Pascoe Vale.