Department of Health

Coronavirus update for Victoria – 10 June 2022

There are 512 COVID-19 cases in hospital in Victoria – with 21 active cases in ICU, including 5 on a ventilator, and an additional 7 cleared cases in ICU.


COVID-19 Data

There are 512 COVID-19 cases in hospital in Victoria – with 21 active cases in ICU, including 5 on a ventilator, and an additional 7 cleared cases in ICU.

6,262,685 vaccine doses have been administered by Victoria’s state-commissioned services, with 1,462 doses administered yesterday at state-run centres.

67.8 per cent of Victorians aged 16 and over have had three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. 94.6 per cent of Victorians aged 12 and over have had two doses.

8,025 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded yesterday. This includes 5,155 who tested positive on a Rapid Antigen Test and 2,870 who returned a positive result on a PCR test.

Sadly, the Department was notified of 19 deaths yesterday in people aged in their 50s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 100s. This brings the total number of deaths in Victoria since the pandemic began to 3,588.

There are 49,174 active cases in Victoria.

14,555 PCR tests were processed yesterday. The total number of PCR tests performed in Victoria since the pandemic began is 21,188,609.


ATAGI recommends third dose for select cohorts aged 12-15

The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has recommended that an additional dose of the Pfizer vaccine may be given to the following adolescents aged 12-15 years who have completed a primary course of vaccination 3 or more months ago:

  • those who are severely immunocompromised
  • those who have a disability with significant or complex health needs
  • those who have complex and/or multiple health conditions that increase the risk of severe COVID-19

To see ATAGI’s advice in full, visit ATAGI recommendations on first booster dose in adolescents aged 12-15 yearsExternal Link

Protecting yourself and others during winter

As winter is here, it is important that we keep doing the things that keep us all safe.

Ensure you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines and that you get vaccinated against influenza.

Masks are strongly recommended in shared indoor settings and if you can’t physically distance or you are with those more vulnerable to COVID-19. Improve ventilation by opening doors and windows, using fans or purifiers and gathering outside where possible.

Face masks are still required for everyone aged eight and above in some locations, including on public transport, rideshares and taxis, and in sensitive settings such as hospitals and care facilities. They are also required by household contacts in quarantine who meet the criteria for leaving home. More details at When to wear a face maskExternal Link and Checklist for COVID contactsExternal Link . If you have COVID symptoms you should stay at home and get tested.

COVID-19 early treatments are now available for eligible Victorians who are at higher risk of developing a serious illness with COVID-19 infection. More details at COVID-19 medicinesExternal Link .

All Victorians aged six months and over can get a free flu vaccination to help boost vaccination coverage and to avoid more hospitalisations throughout winter. To book, contact your local GP or community pharmacy.

To access the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Victoria, visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria websiteExternal Link or call the 24-hour Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can also call the Victorian Aboriginal COVID Information Line on 1800 312 911. Callers will speak with Aboriginal staff who can answer questions about COVID-19 and direct them to relevant support services. The information line is open from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week.

Reviewed 10 June 2022


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