TEN new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in central Victoria.
Central Victorian local government areas now have a total of 157 cases including 92 that are currently active.
Greater Bendigo has recorded seven new cases of coronavirus since Thursday.
It leaves the region with 80 cases in total since the start of the pandemic.
Currently there are total of 56 active cases in Bendigo, an increase of four since Thursday.
The cluster of cases at Hazeldene's has now increased to 26 according to the Department of Health and Human Services data.
It is an increase of five since Thursday.
Macedon Ranges also saw an increase in total cases with an increase of three in the past 24 hours. Active cases in Macedon Ranges remain at 31.
The Loddon Shire has decreased in cases, going from five on Thursday to four. There are no active cases listed in the Loddon Shire.
All other regions in central Victoria recorded no change.
Mount Alexander has 10 cases (two active), Campaspe seven (two active) and Central Goldfields two (one active).
Gannawarra Shire has two cases in total and no active cases.
Buloke Shire is one of three local government areas in Victoria yet to record a case.
Across the state, Victoria recorded 372 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours bringing the state total to 16,234.
Overnight, 14 people died form the virus including a man in his 20s, three women and two men in their 80s and four women and four men in their 90s.
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