On Tuesday, Victoria was declared a “safe” state for people to travel to.
But, a few weeks later, there was a spate of cases and a lockdown was imposed across the state.
In the past week, coronaviruses have spread to four new locations, and there is still a strong possibility of more outbreaks to come.
As a result, there is no telling how many people are infected in Victoria, which is home to about 3 million people.
Here are some of the facts about the virus that are making headlines around the world.1.
People in Victoria are most at risk for coronaviral infections, because of their high population density, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Victoria has the highest number of people living in a community with at least 100 people per square kilometre.
That means that there are around 631,000 people living here.
The state also has the lowest rate of hospitalisations among the states and territories.2.
Australia has one of the highest rates of hospitalisation in the world, according the World Health Organization, with nearly 20% of people in Australia being admitted to hospital for an illness every day.3.
Victoria also has one the highest proportion of people with chronic diseases.
It has one in five people with diabetes, one in 10 with hypertension, one of every five with COPD, one out of every seven with diabetes and one out 20 with high blood pressure.4.
Victoria is home only to about 400,000 residents, and the state has a population density of around 2.8 people per hectare.5.
In terms of economic activity, Victoria ranks among the highest in the country, with more than 80% of its employment coming from industry.6.
It is the fourth-most populous state in the nation.7.
Victoria ranks second to only New South Wales in the number of homes that are being built, according Statistics New South and the Bureau of Statistics.8.
Victoria’s economy is worth more than $300 billion a year, but the real value is probably closer to $100 billion, according data compiled by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural Economics.9.
Victoria had the lowest number of hospital admissions in the past decade, with the median hospitalisation being 12 months.10.
There were only 7.5 million deaths in Australia in the first six months of the year.11.
The first four days of the coronivirus pandemic were declared the “worst day of the calendar”, with more people in hospital than during any other time since 2000.
The peak number of infections was in the middle of September, when more than 2,300 people died.12.
More than 200,000 Australians have tested positive for the coronatavirus so far.13.
More people in Victoria have died from the virus than from any other cause.14.
More deaths have been recorded in Victoria than in any other state in Australia, except New South, which had fewer deaths than Victoria.15.
Victoria recorded the highest amount of new cases in the state in 2014, with a total of 5,711 cases.16.
The number of coronavires has quadrupled in Victoria since 2000, according Health Services Minister Jacinta Allan.17.
The average time between a coronavire is diagnosed is three months, and coronavisions are carried out at the lowest rates in the western world.18.
Victoria now has the second-highest number of confirmed cases in Australia.19.
Victoria was the first state to implement a “state of emergency” after a coroniviral pandemic, with people being able to leave their homes and businesses temporarily to help fight the outbreak.20.
In Victoria, all coronavirinos are tested and those who test positive are ordered to remain in their homes or businesses.