There are 30 new coronavirus cases reported by Victoria's chief health officer, taking the state's tally to 1115 as of Saturday afternoon.
Health minister Jenny Mikakos reported that a woman in her seventies died in hospital overnight, taking the number of people who have died in Victoria from coronavirus to eight.
None of the 30 new cases are reported to be from Greater Bendigo, Mount Alexander or Macedon Ranges shire's.
The number of cases of community transmission has risen by 11 to 73 cases.
There are 42 Victorians in hospital receiving treatment for coronavirus, including 10 patients in intensive care, with 572 people now recovered.
Of the 1115 cases, 894 are in Melbourne and 209 in regional Victoria, with the remainder under investigation.
More than 54,000 tests for coronavirus have been conducted to date.
In the past 24 hours, Victoria Police conducted 391 spot checks on returned travellers, with 99 people found to be not at home and officers now investigating possible fines.
25 fines have been handed out in the past 24 hours for individuals and businesses not adhering to the state's stay at home rules.
57 fines have been issued in total, with 12,541 spot checked conducted by police since March 21.
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