Vic COVID-19 Delta outbreak grows to 133

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* New locally acquired cases (during 24-hour reporting period): 26, the highest daily total of this outbreak

* Linked cases: All 26 are linked to existing outbreaks

- 7 to Trinity Grammar, 1 student and 4 household contacts

- 6 to Ms Frankie, 4 patrons and 1 household contact;

- 2 to Phillip Island;

- 5 to St Patrick's Primary School, 4 students and 1 household contact;

- 1 MCG household contact;

- 2 Mildura household contacts;

- 2 City of Hume household contacts;

- 1 patron from AAMI Park

* Infectious while in the community: 2 cases - one visited a petrol station in regional Victoria, the other visited Prahran Market.

* Key exposure sites: 900 people who attended Prahran Market on Saturday asked to go into isolation; Ms Frankie has two exposure dates, July 13 and 15, with 31 total cases now; authorities are urging remaining 33 per cent of AAMI Park close contacts to get tested

* Fewer cases in the community: On Tuesday 6 per cent of cases were isolating, Wednesday it increased to 73 per cent, and by Thursday 92 per cent of cases were isolating

* TGA update: A Victorian woman, 48, has died from blood clotting linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine

* New hotel quarantine cases: 2

* Total active cases: 133 cases associated with this outbreak

* Hospital admissions: 4 community cases and 1 hotel hotel quarantine case

* Exposure sites: More than 380

* Primary close contacts: More than 19,000

* Tests conducted (during 24-hour reporting period): 43,674

* Vaccinations at state-run sites (during 24-hour reporting period): 14,230

* Workplace support:

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