Victoria's latest coronavirus update from the state's chief health officer reveals that Greater Bendigo has returned its first positive coronavirus result.
Bendigo Health chief executive Peter Faulkner confirmed the positive result.
"I can confirm a person who presented to our screening clinic on March 23 has tested positive for coronavirus," Mr Faulkner said.
"The person had just returned from overseas and took the precautionary measure to present to the screening clinic.
"The patient is recovering at home in self-isolation."
520 people in Victoria have tested positive to coronavirus, with three deaths reported.
A Bendigo Health spokesperson says about 550 people have been tested for coronavirus at its screening clinic, which moved to the old emergency department in Stewart Street last week.
Mount Alexander Shire has returned four positive coronavirus results, with one new case reported today.
There have been a total of 50 coronavirus cases in regional Victoria, with the remainder in metropolitan Melbourne.
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