Victoria has recorded its first coronavirus deaths, with two people succumbing to the virus overnight.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton confirmed the deaths of two men in their 70s.
The state's total number of confirmed cases has also risen to 520.
The news follows a strong warning from Premier Daniel Andrews that people will continue to die if Victorians don't stay home.
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In a strongly-worded press conference on Wednesday, Mr Andrews said a "stage three" shutdown was just around the corner.
He warned he may implement further measures to fight the spread of the coronavirus, as the police union called for a state of disaster to be declared.
The state's tally includes four health workers at Werribee Mercy Hospital in Melbourne's outer westThe hospital confirmed one emergency department worker tested positive to COVID-19 on Sunday.
Fellow staff members considered at risk of infection were isolated and tested, with three confirmed as also having the virus.
The Police Association has called for a state of disaster to be declared, which would give its members greater powers during the coronavirus pandemic.
About 500 police officers are tasked with enforcing the closure of non-essential services in Victoria and the mandatory 14-day self-isolation for travellers.
Individuals face fines of up to $25,000 and businesses could be forced to cough up $100,000 for breaching restrictions.
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