Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.WatchDuration: 1 minute 44 seconds1m 44s Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said five of the six deaths were linked to aged care outbreaks.ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelVictoria has recorded 532 new coronavirus cases, the highest single-day total in the state since the pandemic began, amid a "disturbing" increase in infections in aged care settings.Key points:About 15 per cent of Victoria's 4,542 active cases are connected to outbreaks in aged carePremier Daniel Andrews says people going to work while sick is "the biggest driver of transmission"A newborn baby in the neonatal intensive care unit is one of four infections at the Royal Children's HospitalSix people have died with COVID-19, including a woman aged in her 90s, a woman and a man in their 80s, a woman and a man in their 70s and a man in his 50s.Premier Daniel Andrews said five of the six deaths were connected to outbreaks in aged care.Victoria now has 4,542 active cases of COVID-19, including 400 infections in health workers and 683 cases linked to aged care outbreaks.There are 245 people in Victorian hospitals with the virus, including 44 in intensive care units.Today's daily increase in infections also represents a grim record for Australia, with 549 cases nationwide, up from the previous national high of 503 on July 22.For the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic follow our live coverage. A baby at the neonatal intensive care unit at the Royal Children's Hospital has contracted the virus.(ABC News: Darryl Torpy)Four of the new cases were linked to the neonatal intensive care unit, for premature and sick newborn babies, at the Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) in Melbourne.The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) said two parents, one patient and a healthcare worker had contracted the virus."All babies, staff and parents, including any RCH staff who have spent more than two hours on Butterfly Ward since 12 July will be tested," the department said.An RCH spokesperson said there were 17 staff, seven patients and three parents identified as close contacts, who were all in self-quarantine.Of the new cases confirmed today, 154 were linked to known outbreaks and 378 were under investigation.Aged care residents 'at significant risk' The Epping Gardens aged care facility is now linked to 77 infections.(ABC News: Sean Warren)There are now 683 active cases of COVID-19 linked to outbreaks at 61 aged care facilities in Victoria, or about 15 per cent of the state's total infections.Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said the outbreaks in aged care were "a consequence of community transmission"."They represent a tragedy for the families involved," he said."The numbers are disturbing."Professor Sutton said there were now:84 cases linked to St Basil's Home for The Aged in Fawkner82 cases linked to in Estia?aged care in Ardeer77 cases linked to Epping Gardens Aged Care in Epping,
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