Close contacts of Victoria's new coronavirus case test negative amid hotel quarantine scare
Two family contacts of an infected Melbourne hotel quarantine worker have tested negative to COVID-19.
Health authorities also have spoken to 19 of 20 close contacts as testing sites in Melbourne's south-east experienced lengthy queues on Thursday morning.
"[It is] early stages, but that is positive news," Premier Daniel Andrews said on Thursday of the two negative tests.
Capacity is being boosted at testing sites across the state, as a list of exposure sites grows.
Anyone who has visited the sites, which are largely situated in the city's southeast, have been told to get tested and self-isolate for 14 days.