MELBOURNE AIRPORT HOLIDAY INN OUTBREAK
* Sixteen COVID-19 cases have been linked to the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport.
* Genetic testing has confirmed the virus is the highly-infectious UK variant.
* The outbreak is thought to have started with a family of three infected overseas and quarantined at the Holiday Inn.
* There are 21 active cases of the virus with 21,475 test results received up until midnight on Saturday.
* A three-year-old child and a woman in her 50s were the latest locally acquired infections reported on Sunday.
* They were put into isolation on Friday and tested positive on Saturday
* The pair, who are from separate households, were at a private family function on Sydney Road, Coburg on February 6.
* It was attended by 38 people including a Holiday Inn worker who tested positive on Wednesday.
* They are among the 940 primary close contacts associated with the Holiday Inn outbreak.
* Of the 129 direct family, social, and workplace close contacts, 127 have tested negative.
* Two test results are pending and are expected later on Sunday.
RECENT COVID-19 EXPOSURE SITES
Anyone who visited these locations must isolate, test and remain isolated for 14 days:
Thursday, February 11
* Yarra Trams No. 11 (from Harbour Esplanade/Collins St to William St/Collins St #3), 7.55am - 8.10am
* Yarra Trams No. 58 (from Bourke St/William St #5 to Queen Victoria Market/Peel St #9), 8.10am - 8.25am
* Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne (Section 2 Fruit and Vegetables and Section 2 female toilets), 8.25am - 10.10am
* Yarra Trams No. 58 (from Queen Victoria Market/Peel St #9 to Bourke St/William St #5), 9.40am - 9.55am
Wednesday, February 10
* Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre, Pascoe Vale, 4pm - 7.30pm
Tuesday, February 9
* Woolworths Broadmeadows Central, 12:15pm - 12:30pm
* Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses, Broadmeadows - 12:30pm - 12:45pm
Monday, February 8
* Elite Swimming, Pascoe Vale, 5pm - 6pm
Australian Associated Press