Life in postcode 3029 — Australia’s worst coronavirus hotspot | ABC News

While stage 4 restrictions are having a profound effect across greater Melbourne, it’s being particularly felt in the city’s virus hotspot.

The Wyndham City local government area in Melbourne’s south west has consistently been topping the list for numbers of cases.

Of most concern are three suburbs: Tarneit, Truganina and Hoppers Crossing making up the 3029 postcode where this week, there were more than 450 active cases.

As Nicole Asher reports, it’s leading to nervousness and confusion about whether it’s safe to even leave the house.

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