A NEW exposure site has been identified in Kyneton on Thursday afternoon.
According to the state government's coronavirus website, New Garden Chinese Restaurant in Kyneton has been listed as a tier one exposure site.
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A COVID-19 positive case visited the business on September 18 between 4.45pm and 9.00pm.
Another attended the venue on September 19 between 5.15pm and 7.41pm.
Anyone who has visited this location during these times must get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the exposure.
Victoria has recorded more than 700 daily coronavirus cases for the first time.
The state has seen 766 new infections since Wednesday - all locally acquired.
It is the highest number of daily infections in Victoria ever.
The new cases take Victoria's active case tally to 6666.
Wednesday also saw 62,408 test results returned for Victorians along with 40,957 more vaccinations being administered.
The Department of Health also reported four more people had died of the virus in the last 24 hours.
La Trobe University Bendigo had a close call after a close contact of a COVID-19 positive case visited the campus on Tuesday.
The university confirmed the student tested negative early on Thursday morning.
The university confirmed that while the Department of Health hadn't identified the building as an exposure site on Wednesday, the building would be closed and deep cleaned as a precaution.
Central Victoria saw another new COVID case with a Macedon Ranges Shire resident one of the 11 new regional Victorian cases on Wednesday.
The new cases, along with exposure site in the region has prompted the Loddon Mallee Public Health Unit to establish a pop-up drive-through test clinic at the Kyneton Showgrounds.
Loddon Mallee Public Health Unit director Bruce Bolam said the Bendigo Showgrounds temporary testing clinic would stay in place until Friday depending on demand.
Bendigo has seen record numbers tested this week with 1250 people swabbed on Monday and more than 1500 on Tuesday.
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