The latest coronavirus figures show no new cases have been recorded in central Victoria overnight.
However, the Department of Health and Human Services data shows the number of active cases has dropped by one, leaving nine active cases across the region.
There are four in Greater Bendigo, four in Macedon Ranges Shire, and one in Loddon Shire.
To date, 46 people across the region have been diagnosed with coronavirus.
REGIONAL Victorians should say vigilant as more COVID-19 cases are confirmed in their communities, doctors have warned.
It comes as 374 more Victorians coronavirus diagnoses were confirmed on Tuesday, and three more deaths.
The location of these cases is yet to be announced.
The Rural Doctors Association of Australia and the Australian College of Rural Medicine warned cases in rural Australia had potential to become significant if the spread was not checked.
COVID-19 Rural and Remote Response clinical lead Doctor Adam Coltzau said regional and rural Australians should do everything they could to avoid contracting and spreading the virus.
Dr Coltzau recommended rural Australians minimise physical interaction with others wherever possible.
He said anyone who felt even slightly unwell should avoid contact with the community, and get tested.
ANOTHER 374 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 overnight, and three more have died.
Premier Daniel Andrews warned people in restricted areas away from regional Victoria, as he announced the new cases on Tuesday.
He said there was no reason to be travelling to these areas.
Mr Andrews reminded Melbourne and Mitchell Shire residents to wear masks, and thanked those who were already doing so.
Health Minister Jenny Mikakos reaffirmed this message, saying there was no reason for Melbournians to travel to regional Victoria, beyond the four reasons to be out of the house.
Tuesday's announcement follows 275 new COVID-19 cases and one death reported on Monday.
Two new cases were confirmed in central Victoria on Monday, including one in the Macedon Ranges and one in the Loddon Shire.
Five cases were active in the Macedon Ranges on Monday, one was active in the Loddon Shire, four were active in Greater Bendigo.
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