Victorian man tests positive for COVID-19.
A man in Victoria has tested positive to COVID-19 at his home in Wollert, north of Melbourne.
Victorian health authorities are investigating the source of the man's infection.
The man in his 30s had recently completed hotel quarantine in South Australia after returning to Australia from overseas.
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"He arrived in Victoria and returned to his home in Wollert on 4 May and developed symptoms on 8 May," the Department of Health said in a statement.
"He got tested yesterday, 10 May, and returned a positive result this morning.
"Further testing has been urgently arranged to confirm the diagnosis.
"Until that time, the Department is treating this as a positive case and acting accordingly."
Exposure sites are being investigated.
The man's primary household contacts are also isolating, being tested and interviewed.
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