ANOTHER 847 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Victoria - the highest daily case total since the pandemic started.
The new locally-acquired coronavirus cases take the state's active case tally to 7611.
A further 59,342 people were tested for the virus on Friday, while 37,220 vaccines were administered.
One Victorian with COVID-19 has also died.
It comes as more than 100 people are in isolation after a V/Line contractor, who was working in Bendigo, tested positive to COVID-19 on Thursday.
A Bendigo Health spokesperson confirmed the hospital was working with V/Line, the Department of Health, and other agencies to investigate the outbreak associated with the Huntly-Goornong upgrade.
A number of new tier two exposure sites were listed in Bendigo on Friday night. The sites and exposure periods were:
It came after the Quality Lakeside Hotel on Napier Street was listed as a tier two site on Thursday. The exposure periods were listed as:
The department said some people would be considered tier one contacts and have to isolate for 14 days. Contact tracers will directly contact those people.
The Brumby's Bakery in The Village Epsom was another tier two site, with the exposure period between 9.15am and 9.55am on September 19.
Anyone who visited any of the tier two sites during those times should urgently get tested, then isolate until confirmation of a negative result.
There will be coronavirus testing available at the following locations on Saturday:
The latest exposure site information can be found at: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/case-alerts-public-exposure-sites/
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