Links between the COVID outbreak have been found at Chadstone shopping center and a home in southeast Melbourne.
There were eight cases in the Fresh Food Precinct of the shopping center, including an employee from Sept 23-28.
Anyone shopping there on those dates was urged to watch out for symptoms.
On Thursday, Deputy Chief Health Officer Allen Cheng said there is now a “little situation” in Frankston, linked to the Chadstone cases.
One employee lives in a house in the Frankston area with eight or nine people.
He said: “I don’t know how many cases there are, but I think many of them have been infected.”
“They are supported to isolate.”
Anyone who has visited Chadstone on a date showing symptoms should be tested and stay home until results are back.
The sites are not currently considered a risk to the public and residents can continue shopping there in line with current COVID restrictions.
COVID cases on Thursday
On Thursday, the Ministry of Health and Human Services confirmed 15 new cases in the past 24 hours.
And there were two other deaths, bringing the death toll in the state to 800.
Average 14-day turnover is now 15.6 in Melbourne and 0.3 in provincial Victoria.
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