“We have negative pressure rooms that the children who are positive for COVID are cared for in, and we have enough negative pressure rooms to deal with the demand that we’ve got at this point in time,” she said.
Last week, child cancer patients and their families at the hospital were asked to isolate for 14 days after another unknowingly infected parent visited.
Victoria recorded 1571 new local cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and 13 deaths.
There were 79,200 COVID-19 tests processed on Tuesday, while 38,072 people received a coronavirus vaccine at a state-run clinic.
Victoria now has 19861 active coronavirus cases.
Health authorities identified a number of new COVID-19 exposure sites in regional Victoria late on Tuesday evening.
They were all tier-1 or close contact, and included the Wangaratta RSL and the nearby Pinsent Hotel and The Old ‘N’ Country Tavern.
A farm equipment supplier at Trafalgar in the West Gippsland region was declared tier 1 on Friday, October 8 between 8am and 4.30pm, while a shower block at the Wakiti Creek Resort at Kotupna was declared a tier 1 site over two days: Tuesday, October 5 and Wednesday, October 6.
The National Hotel Complex at Bendigo was declared a tier 1 site on Monday, October 4 between 6.56pm and 9.30pm, while Bomboras Torquay, on the Surf Coast, was also listed for Wednesday, October 6 between 11.50am and 12.50pm.