Greater Bendigo has recorded a new case of coronavirus overnight.
This brings the total number of cases seen in the municipality to 13, with four cases currently active.
Victoria has recorded another 177 cases of coronavirus overnight, bringing the total number of people diagnosed with the illness to almost 4000.
Of those new cases, Premier Daniel Andrews said, 25 were connected to contained outbreaks, 151 were under investigation, and one was in hotel quarantine.
A breakdown of where these new cases were recorded has not yet been released, but Greater Bendigo saw no new COVID-19 cases at the weekend.
As of Sunday, there were five active cases of COVID-19 across central Victoria, three of which were in Greater Bendigo.
The others were in Macedon Ranges Shire and Campaspe Shire.
Mr Andrews urged people to continue coming forward for testing, even with the mildest of symptoms, to enable a better understanding of the illness.
Symptoms include fever, chills or sweats, a cough, sore threat, shortness of breath, a runny nose, and loss of smell or taste.
Mr Andrews said the responsibility of fighting COVID-19 fell not only to nurses and doctors, but every individual, family and community.
He also urged against complacency.
"This has taken the life of otherwise healthy people of all age groups," he said.
Mr Andrews said there were fewer people out in Melbourne and people were changing their behaviour.
But he issued a warning to those tempted to flout the rules, saying Victoria Police was "not mucking around" and "the time for warnings is over".
Chief health officer Brett Sutton said the drop in the daily number of new cases was a good sign of what happens when people followed the stay at home directions and minimised contact with others.
Last week, Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily total of new cases, at 288.
Mental Health Minister Martin Foley has also launched a new mental health platform to help young people during and after the pandemic.
MOST - Moderated Online Social Therapy - is an online tool that aims to give young people access to tailored online therapy and peer support.
The Orygen initiative is available to Orygen clients in north and west Melbourne, and will be rolled out progressively over the next year.
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