The latest information from the Department of Health and Human Services shows the number of COVID-19 cases linked to Hazeldene's Chickens has grown to 10, up from nine on Friday.
Yesterday, the Lockwood business was awaiting the return of the final 80 test results from its 880 workers.
Meanwhile, 15 cases are connected to Don KR Castlemaine.
On Friday, Catholic Education Sandhurst confirmed nine students and three teachers had tested positive to the novel coronavirus.
No update on case numbers at the school was available Saturday.
Five new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the City of Greater Bendigo since Friday.
The latest Department of Health and Human Services data, released on Saturday afternoon, shows there are now 53 active cases in Greater Bendigo.
Sixty-five residents of the local government area have tested positive to coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.
Meanwhile, five cases have been removed from Macedon Ranges tally.
It is now recorded as having had a total of 41 cases, 29 of which are active.
Data can change as it is analysed and individual cases are followed up.
A case has also been dropped from Mount Alexander, bringing it down to a total of 10.
The municipality has three active cases.
Elsewhere, Campaspe Shire has one active case and Loddon has two.
A man in his 30s is among 12 people to have died from COVID-19 in Victoria in the past day, Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed in his Saturday update on the pandemic.
Another 466 cases of COVID-19 have been discovered in Victoria, bringing the state's total since the start of the pandemic to 14,283.
To date, 193 Victorians have died from the illness.
Among the 12 people who have lost their lives in the past day are two men in their 70s, two men and three women in their 80s, and four women in their 90s.
Mr Andrews said six of these 12 deaths were linked to aged care.
There are currently 7808 active cases across the state, about 500 of which are in regional areas.
Of those, 988 are healthcare workers.
Twenty-nine people are in hospital on ventilators because of COVID-19.
In total, there are 636 people being treated for COVID-19 in hospital, and 44 of them are receiving intensive care.
Mr Andrews said 2584 cases had an unknown source of infection.
Chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton said new case numbers had stabilised, but were still not good enough.
However, he said it was positive that Victoria had averted an exponential increase in new cases - had it not, there would now be thousands of new cases each day.
Dr Sutton said it was estimated that Victoria had averted 20,000 cases or more because of stage three restrictions.
The impact of stage four restrictions in Melbourne would not be seen for another week or so, he said.
Dr Sutton said it was difficult to measure the impact of masks on the state's case numbers because other measures had been introduced in that time, too.
An updated breakdown of case numbers for each municipality has not yet been released, but on Friday the City of Greater Bendigo had 48 active cases.
This represented an increase of nine from the day before and saw the area's total number of cases, including recovered patients, rise to 60.
One person was being treated for COVID-19 at Bendigo Health.
On Friday, Weeroona College Bendigo confirmed a member of its school community had tested positive to COVID-19.
Catholic Education Sandhurst also confirmed on Friday that the St Joseph's Primary School cluster had grown to nine students and three staff members.
Several cases have also been linked to Hazeldene's, which is awaiting the last results of a testing blitz of employees.
Eight cases were linked to Don KR in Castlemaine, which was scaling back its operations in accordance with a recent government mandate.
As of Friday, Macedon Ranges Shire had 35 active cases, Mount Alexander five, Loddon two, and Campaspe one.
Since March 21, a total of 132 people in central Victoria have tested positive to COVID-19.
The region saw its first cases of the virus on March 22 - two residents of Macedon Ranges Shire and one resident of Gannawarra Shire.
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