A number of new Tier 1 exposure sites have been listed by the Department of Health.
More than 50 tier 2 and tier 3 exposure sites have also been published.
Anyone who has been to a Tier 1 site must isolate immediately, get a COVID-19 test, and quarantine for 14 days as well as contacting the Department of Health on 1300 651 160.
The new Tier 1 exposure sites include:
- Thirteen separate stores at DFO Uni Hill, 2 Janefield Drive, Bundoora, on July 9 between 4.15pm and 6pm.
- Form Home at DFO Uni Hill (Bundoora) on the July 9 between 5:00pm and 5.45pm
- Dr Suguna Vimalanathan Dental Surgery, U1-2 12/16 McLeans Rd, Bundoora, on July 13 between 12.30pm and 3:30pm
- Salvos Stores, 1/89 Plenty Rd, Bundoora, on July 13 between 11.45am and 1pm
- Woolworths Carnegie Nth, 2/20 Koornang Road on July 13 between 4.40pm and 5.15pm
- Spotlight at Carnegie Central Shopping Centre, 14/2 Koornang Rd on July 13 between 4.20pm and 5pm
- Ms Frankie, 24 Cremorne St, Cremorne on the July 13, between 6pm and 7.45pm
- Banyule City Council Offices, Level 3, 1 Flintoff St, Greensborough on July 12 between 8am and 5pm
- Greensborough Plaza Food Court, 25 Main St, Greensborough, on July 12 between 1.19pm and 2.09pm
- Chemist Warehouse Maribyrnong, 4/44-56 Hampstead Rd, Maidstone, on July 12 between 5.10pm and 5.50pm
- Australian Red Cross Moonee Ponds Op Shop, 64 Puckle Street on July 12 between 12.30pm and 1.15pm
- Brotherhood of St Laurence, 24 Margaret Street, Moonee Ponds, on July 12 between 12.45pm and 3.00pm
- Hero Sushi at Moonee Ponds Central Shopping Centre, 25 Hall St, Moonee Ponds on July 12 between 2.30pm and 3.15pm
- Vinnies Niddrie, 481A Keilor Road on July 12 between 11.30am and 12.30pm
- Sanctuary Lakes Charcoal Chicken & Salad Bar, Shop 26/300 Point Cook Road, Point Cook, on July 14 between 12.46pm and 1.20pm
- Percy Beames Bar, Members' Reserve (Level 2) - Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Ave on July 10 between 4.00pm and 4:30pm and 5.20pm and 5.50pm
- Helping Hands Mission Inc. (Sunshine Op Shop), 85 Hampshire Rd, Sunshine, on July 12 between 10.30am and 11.30am.
For a full list of exposure sites visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites
The duration of the lockdown will not solely depend on the numbers of cases in the community premier Daniel Andrews said at his media briefing on Friday.
He said the potential early release of part of regional Victoria would depend on a number of factors.
"When it comes to the duration of lockdown and where we find ourselves, whether it is the potential release of areas in regional Victoria or if it continues beyond Tuesday night, a number factors come in to play," he said.
"It is less about the number of cases and much more about the exposure days that people have spent in the community while infectious before they went into isolation.
"It's too early to predict where we will be on Tuesday but having acted early, we are in a much better place to be out of this quickly."
Mr Andrews said while the decision to go into a five-day lockdown might not be easy or popular, it was the right call.
"I know and understand this is not easy but we had no choice and the additional cases and context of them confirms we had to make that tough call," he said. "We have done this before and done it with Delta. I am confident the coronavirus testing team, in partnership with every Victorian playing their part, can do it again."
Mr Andrews announced the federal government will help financially support people who are out of works or lost work hours as a result of the five-day lockdown.
"They were positive discussions (last night with Scott Morrison) and we will see a situation where those benefits and payments apply regardless of this being a five-day lockdown as opposed to a seven-day day trigger point proposed by the federal government," he said.
The federal payments will go to people in nominated Commonwealth hotzones that currently include Greater Melbourne, Geelong, Queenscliff, the Surf Coast and the Mooroobool Shire.
"Those payments will be paid by the Commonwealth and, for the rest of Victoria, (the state government) will pick up the tab for all of those eligible workers," Mr Andrews said.
"The Commonwealth Services Australia will administer the system and send us a bill for regional workers. It is important everyone across the board gets the support they need."
Victoria now has 126 exposure sites listed in relation to the latest coronavirus outbreak which has grown to 24 cases.
There are also a number of exposure sites on public transport before and after the Geelong-Carlton game
Testing commander Jeroen Weimar confirmed Victoria had seen 10 new COVID-19 cases since Thursday - including the four cases reported on Thursday.
Mr Weimar detailed where the main clusters of cases are:
- The City of Hume still has five cases with no change since yesterday.
- The Ariel apartments have seven positive cases - an increase of one after a primary close contact of an existing case tested positive.
- Barwon Heads now has a cluster of six cases after a man who went to the Geelong-Carlton game tested positive along with three members of his family. Two staff from Bacchus Marsh Grammar are also in that cluster.
- Four new cases have been reported from the MCG. The four individuals are not known to each other and in clud a child under 10, a man in his 30s and two men in hteir 20s.
- Two new cases have been associated with the young and Jackson hotel cluster. One case is a person who lives on the Cerberus naval bases and the other is a Richmond man.
One of the 24 cases is fully vaccinated and four people have had their first dose of Astra Zeneca.
Mr Weimar said the message around testing was as important as ever.
"Testing remains as important as it has been over the last year and half," he said. "If you have any kind of symptoms we want you to get tested.
"About 33,000 people did that yesterday, which is a strong number but we want as many people as possible with concerns (about infections) to get tested now."
On the first day of its five-day lockdown, Victoria has woken to 10 new locally acquired coronavirus cases recorded in the 24 hours to midnight Thursday.
Four of these cases were reported on Thursday. All are connected to the current outbreak.
There was also one new case acquired overseas, now in hotel quarantine.
The new cases come after premier Daniel Andrews announced Victoria would go into the snap lockdown to curb the latest outbreak.
Mr Andrews hinted on Thursday that some areas of regional Victoria could see restrictions lift early depending on case numbers. The lockdown, at this stage, is due to end midnight Tuesday.
There are 36 active cases in Victoria.
Victoria's five-day lockdown has frustrated traders who are concerned about the economic hit businesses will take.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Premier Daniel Andrews have agreed on a support package to help Victorian workers affected by the state's five-day snap lockdown.
The COVID-19 Disaster Payment scheme would be available to people who work or live in Greater Melbourne, along with the local government areas of Moorabool Shire, the City of Greater Geelong, Borough of Queenscliff and the Surf Coast Shire.
It is unclear if other regional Victorians will have access to the payment.
As the start of the fifth lockdown loomed, teachers worked late into the night to ensure they could start remote-learning with students from Friday.
Meanwhile, the Australian Sheep and Wool Show has cancelled for the second year in a row just hours before it was due to open on Friday.
Exposure sites in Victoria:
Victoria saw 17,188 vaccinations administered on Thursday along with 33,129 test results received.
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