Victorian authorities reported four new local COVID-19 cases and one new case acquired overseas, currently in hotel quarantine.
The health department said on Tuesday morning the locally-acquired cases were linked to the current outbreaks and all had been in quarantine throughout their infectious period.
On Monday 16,591 vaccine doses were administered and 22,217 test results received.
There are 124 active cases in Victoria.
Queensland and NSW are expecting their COVID-19 outbreaks to grow again today.
Queensland authorities have warned the situation would continue to escalate with concern centred on two schools that have recorded positive cases.
While in NSW a COVID-19 outbreak at an inner west Sydney nursing home has reached 20 people as the residents of an entire floor are shifted to hospital.
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The union for independent school staff in NSW, meanwhile, has called on the government to rethink its Year 12 reopening plan for August 16.
With no sign of the outbreaks ending soon, the federal government is focusing on measures to limit the damage to the economy, while the Reserve Bank of Australia will hold its monthly board meeting with economists now predicting a sharp economic contraction in the September quarter.
Meanwhile, Labor says offering a $300 payment to fully vaccinated Australians will give the program a much-needed shot in the arm.
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