Victoria's COVID-19 crisis by the numbers

Melbourne's 14-day rolling coronavirus case average is now 36.2.
Melbourne's 14-day rolling coronavirus case average is now 36.2.

VICTORIA'S COVID-19 NUMBERS FOR SEPTEMBER 20

* Five deaths, taking the state's toll to 761 and national figure to 849

* The deaths include two men and two women in their 80s and a woman in her 90s

* All the latest deaths are linked to aged care and occurred prior to Saturday

* 14 new cases, the lowest daily increase since mid-June. 12 linked to known outbreaks, two under investigation

* 14-day rolling case average is now 36.2 for Melbourne and 1.8 for regional Victoria

* 94 people are in hospital, eight in ICU including five on ventilators

* 743 active cases in Victoria, including 26 in regional areas

* 117 active cases involving healthcare workers

* 376 active cases linked to aged care

* 4267 cases have an unknown source, a decrease of seven since Saturday

* From September 6-19 there were 52 cases with an unknown source in Melbourne and none in regional Victoria

* 2,575,457 total tests, an increase of 12,461 since Saturday

KEY AGED CARE OUTBREAKS

* 255 cases linked to BaptCare Wyndham Lodge Community in Werribee

* 219 Epping Gardens Aged Care in Epping

* 216 St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Fawkner

* 166 Estia Aged Care Facility in Ardeer

* 140 Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth

* 130 BlueCross Ruckers Hill Aged Care Facility in Northcote

* 128 Twin Parks Aged Care in Reservoir

* 124 Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility in Sunshine North

* 121 Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility in Sunbury

* 119 Estia Aged Care Facility in Heidelberg

OTHER OUTBREAKS

* 30 active cases linked to the Casey community outbreak (total cases 43)

* 14 Footscray Hospital (16)

* 6 Wydinia Kindergarten (16)

* 6 Dandenong Police Station (17)

* 6 Alfred Hospital (7)

POLICE FINES

* 150 fines including 19 for failing to wear a face covering,10 at vehicle checkpoints and 42 for curfew breaches. 14 people fined at a birthday party in Wyndham

RESTRICTIONS

* Stage four across metropolitan Melbourne, including a 9pm-5am curfew, 5km travel limit, two-hour outdoor exercise limit, widespread workforce shutdowns

* People in Melbourne who live alone can nominate a friend or family member to visit

* Measures in regional Victoria allow residents to leave home without restriction and all shops to reopen. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people, up to five visitors to a home are allowed, and an opening-up of hospitality and entertainment venues with density limits

* Melbourne drivers who try to leave the city without a valid reason risk a $4957 fine.

Australian Associated Press