By 8 May, the cluster of cases linked to Cedar Meats in Victoria was 71, consisting of at least 57 workers and 13 close contacts, including a nurse, aged care worker and high school student.
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Warmer colours indicate an increasing trend; cooler colours a decreasing trend.
On 24 November, Victoria recorded no active cases in the state for the first time since 29 February.
Victoria confirmed nine new cases, one of which was the first case of human-to-human transmission in the state.
Dr Michael Lydeamore, an infectious disease modeller and epidemiologist with Monash University in Melbourne, said the rises were unsurprising.