BENDIGO health has confirmed they are treating two people in hospital with COVID-19.
Two patients are in the respiratory ward on Monday, while there are zero people receiving intensive care.
There are 13 COVID-19 patients being monitored through the Hospital in the Home program.
There were 975 people tested for the virus through Bendigo Health on Sunday.
Another 635 coronavirus vaccinations were administered in Greater Bendigo.
SHINE Bright EYM has confirmed the closure of its Maiden Gully early years hub after a COVID-19 positive case attended last week.
In a statement on its website, the organisation said a child attended the site on Friday, October 8.
"Dear Shine Bright Families and Staff, a child who attended the Shine Bright Maiden Gully Early Years Hub has tested positive for COVID-19, we have closed the hub and are awaiting further advice from DHHS," the statement said.
The child was at the facility between9.15am and noon that day.
"We encourage families and staff who attended the hub to go and get tested immediately and isolate," the statement continued
"Further advice to follow."
ANOTHER six coronavirus cases have been recorded in Greater Bendigo.
Data from the Department of Health released on Monday showed two new cases in the 3515 postcode, two cases in the 3550 postcode, and single cases in the 3555 and 3556 postcodes.
There are 22 active coronavirus cases in the Greater Bendigo region.
The data showed there were also two new cases in the Macedon Ranges, one new case in the Hepburn Shire, and three new cases in the Campaspe Shire.
There were zero new cases recorded in the Mount Alexander Shire.
The new cases were part of the 122 regional COVID-19 cases recorded on Monday.
About a quarter of the new cases were in the Mildura area.
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