Some more information from the Kangaroo Flat Football Netball Club, which says it's withdrawing its teams for the remainder of this season.
"The Club was notified this morning of a person testing positive within one of our Junior teams," the club said.
"All players and officials who were at that training have been notified and advised to Isolate and get tested.
"Our Club has constantly reviewed all official health advice/warnings and have followed all the best practices to ensure the safety and well being of everyone involved at Kangaroo Flat FNC.
"We thank all the players, coaches, officials and parents for your support through what has been a difficult year and appreciate everything that has been done to try and get the season under way."
Bendigo Health has removed earlier references to the Bendigo Homemaker Centre and Kangaroo Flat Football Netball Club.
Bendigo Health says contact tracers have spoken to those involved in a training session at Kangaroo Flat on Tuesday, and provided advice to families about self-isolation.
Bendigo Health has warned locals who visited two locations over the past week - not including today - to monitor themselves for symptoms of coronavirus.
The locations are Bunnings in Kangaroo Flat, the Woolworths store in Golden Square.
The "public health alert" was posted on the health service's Facebook page on Saturday evening.
People who visited those locations have "no need to self isolate", Bendigo Health said.
Officials confirmed earlier in the day that one new COVID-19 case had been confirmed in central Victoria.
"If you develop respiratory symptoms please get tested immediately and do not visit anywhere before or after being tested for COVID-19," Bendigo Health said.
"Symptoms include; loss or changes in sense of smell or taste, fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of sense of smell or taste.
"Coronavirus is in our community but the way we behave will dictate the impact the virus can have on our community.
"Help is available for people who require essential items while isolating and waiting for their results, please call the City of Greater Bendigo's COVID-19 helpline on 5434 6237.
"Bendigo Health operates two COVID-19 screening clinics in Bendigo with no appointment required.
"Our drive through clinic is open from 10am-5.30pm daily and is accessible via the Anne Caudle Centre Driveway, 100 Barnard Street.
"Our walk in COVID-19 Screening Clinic on Stewart Street is open from 10am-5.30pm seven days a week."
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