Another 66 new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Victoria, with 442 active cases in the state.
In Victoria, 17 new cases are linked to outbreaks, 20 new cases have been identified through routine testing and 28 cases are under investigation.
One new case has been detected in a returned traveller in hotel quarantine.
There are no new cases in the Wimmera.
This is the seventeenth consecutive day of double-digit case growth in Victoria, with a continuing and concerning number of new cases associated with transmission in households and families.
Currently, 23 people with coronavirus infection are in hospital, including six patients in intensive care.
Of the total 2368 cases, there have been 2022 in metropolitan Melbourne and 255 in regional Victoria.
The Victorian Government has announced targeted restrictions for a number of Melbourne suburbs in 10 postcodes that have experienced a spike in positive coronavirus cases.
The restricted postcodes are 3012, 3021, 3032, 3038, 3042, 3046, 3047, 3055, 3060 and 3064.
These postcodes must follow the Stay at Home directions until 29 July 2020.
Victoria's Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton said Victorians in these locked down suburbs are being urged to stick to the rules and get to a testing station.
"This virus is not selective, it will impact anyone it encounters, and personal contact is the clear source of its transmission. More than 300,000 people live across these suburbs. We need everyone to do their part and ensure it is stopped in its track," Mr Sutton said.
"There is no excuse for not getting tested. We have people knocking on your door, coming to your neighbourhood - we are bringing the testing to you. There are also several drive-through and fixed sites where people can go.
"Stay 1.5 metres away from anyone you don't live with and avoid crowds, especially indoors. If you can keep working from home - you must keep working from home.
"If you have any fever, chills, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, and loss of sense of smell or taste - stay home, don't go in to work and don't visit friends and family. Get tested and stay at home until you get the result."
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