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Cases in Victoria LGAs

Data note: LGA data under construction due to changes during Omicron wave. Page updated after official data released. Victoria DHHS resumed updates to these datasets on 15 April 2021, after stopped on 31 January. Data retrospectively updated here. Local Government Areas (LGAs) relate to registered addresses of COVID-19 cases, not place of transmission. Live CSV Download - daily cases in NSW LGAs.

Top-level numbers

LGA case trackers: Cases and Transmission sources in each NSW LGA

LGA comparisons (cases per capita)

The tables below show cases in each Victorian LGA per 10,000 people. i.e. if the area had a population of 10,000, how many COVID-19 cases would there be? This puts all LGAs on an equal footing to compare.

Victoria LGAs included in these COVID-19 case data:
Alpine, Ararat, Ballarat, Banyule, Bass Coast, Baw Baw, Bayside, Benalla, Boroondara, Brimbank, Campaspe, Cardinia, Casey, Central Goldfields, Colac-Otway, Corangamite, Darebin, East Gippsland, Frankston, Gannawarra, Glen Eira, Glenelg, Golden Plains, Greater Bendigo, Greater Dandenong, Greater Geelong, Greater Shepparton, Hepburn, Hobsons Bay, Horsham, Hume, Indigo, Kingston, Knox, Latrobe, Loddon, Macedon Ranges, Manningham, Mansfield, Maribyrnong, Maroondah, Melbourne, Melton, Mildura, Mitchell, Moira, Monash, Moonee Valley, Moorabool, Moreland, Mornington Peninsula, Mount Alexander, Moyne, Murrindindi, Nillumbik, Northern Grampians, Port Phillip, Pyrenees, Queenscliffe, South Gippsland, Southern Grampians, Stonnington, Strathbogie, Surf Coast, Swan Hill, Wangaratta,  Warrnambool, Wellington, West Wimmera, Whitehorse, Whittlesea, Wodonga, Wyndham, Yarra, Yarra Ranges, Yarriambiack.
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