A number of Victorian schools will be deep cleaned following the weekend COVID-19 figures.
On Saturday, three cases were linked to schools including a teacher at the Albanvale Primary School, a teacher at Springside Primary School in Caroline Springs and a student at Camberwell Grammar School.
The Department of Health says all cases were at school while infectious but before symptoms were evident.
As of Sunday, two more cases were identified in children attending school while infectious.
A student at St Mary’s in Hampton tested positive on Saturday, the Department is working with the school on the necessary course of action.
The schools will conduct a deep clean of affected classrooms and common areas.
Contact tracing is under way and testing will be undertaken where necessary.
A child has tested positive after being identified as a household contact of a positive case in the Coburg family outbreak.
There were also three new cases linked to the Stamford Plaza Hotel cluster.
The Department also advised a case linked to the Keilor Downs cluster attended Keilor Downs College while infectious.
The State of Emergency will be extended until 11.59pm on 19 July.
Health Minister Jenny Mikakos urged Victorians to stay vigilant.
“Now is not the time to let our guard down, our coronavirus fight is far from over. Keeping the State of Emergency in place will ensure we have the tools we need to keep Victorians safe.”
Saturday June 20 – 25 new cases
Sunday June 21 – 19 new cases
210 confirmed cases of coronavirus acquired through unknown community transmission.
There are currently 121 active cases in the state, the total number of cases in Victoria has hit 1836