TEN new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Greater Bendigo, data from the Department of Health shows.
It comes after Bendigo Health said nine cases were recorded in the region on Tuesday morning.
The department's data showed six new cases were listed in the 3550 postcode, while there were two new cases in the 3556 postcode.
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There were also single cases in the 3551 and 3555 postcodes.
The department confirmed there were 31 active coronavirus cases in Greater Bendigo.
The Macedon Ranges Shire recorded one new COVID-19 case on Tuesday.
Zero new coronavirus cases were recorded in the Mount Alexander, Campaspe, and Gannawarra shires.
NINE new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Greater Bendigo.
Bendigo Health confirmed the new cases brought the total number of active infections in the region to 31.
A hospital spokesperson said the cases were spread across a number of households in various suburbs.
"The virus is circulating in our community and younger people are over-represented in the latest case numbers," the spokesperson said.
"Please get tested if you have symptoms and get vaccinated at the earliest opportunity."
The Department of Health is yet to release its COVID-19 data breakdown.
BENDIGO Health has confirmed one person with COVID-19 is being treated in the hospital's intensive care unit.
The patient is one of seven currently in hospital on Tuesday with the other six being treated in the respiratory ward.
There are 23 COVID-19 patients being monitored through the Hospital in the Home program.
There were 503 people tested for the virus through Bendigo Health on Monday.
Another 906 coronavirus vaccinations were administered in Greater Bendigo.
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