Ai Group Economics has put together this table of basic economic statistics for the locked down areas of Victoria.
21% of businesses in Australia are in the locked down areas – accounting for almost one-fifth of Australia's GDP.

Table 1: Economic statistics for locked down areas of Victoria             

Location

Businesses

Population

Output

Employment*

No.

%

mn

%

$bn

%

mn

%

Mitchell Shire

3,296

0.1

0.05

0.2

2.0

0.1

N/A

N/A

Metropolitan Melbourne

494,129

20.8

5.05

19.8

353.4

18.7

2.7

20.9

Lockdown areas

497,425

20.9

5.09

19.9

355.5

18.9

2.7

20.9

Victoria

640,736

27.0

6.65

26.1

447.5

23.7

3.4

26.5

Australia

2,376,000

100.0

25.52

100.0

1,885.0

100.0

12.8

100.0

*Employment data are from the Greater Melbourne Labour Market Region. This does not exactly match the boundaries of local government areas (LGA) that the lockdown areas are based upon. All other data are based upon LGA boundaries.

Note: Business counts are as at 30 June 2019. Population data are as at Q4 2019. Output data are for 2018-19. Employment data are for May 2020.

Sources: Ai Group, ABS, REMPLAN.