THE number of confirmed Loddon cases of COVID-19 has been revised back down to three.
It comes after a new, 'active' case appeared in the tally provided by the Department of Health and Human Services on Friday.
Figures provided on Saturday and Sunday showed a Loddon address had been provided for a confirmed case three times since the outbreak of COVID-19, none of which were classed 'active'.
Central Victoria's total number of cases was back to 30.
Only one case, in the Macedon Ranges, was still considered 'active'.
That case has been consistent since the department started releasing data on active cases earlier this month.
COVID-19 data for Victorian local government areas is adjusted as the department receives more information about individual cases.
Cases are attributed to a local government area based on the address provided at the time of testing.
A government spokesperson declined to comment on Friday about whether the active Loddon case included in the data released that day came about through community transmission or overseas travel.
They said the Department of Health and Human Services did not provide details about individual cases.
The department has been contacted for further comment.
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