There are 222 new cases of coronavirus in Victoria since Monday.
It is the third consecutive day the state has seen case numbers under 300 with 282 cases recorded on Monday and 279 on Sunday.
Overnight there were also 17 COVID-19 related deaths.
Yesterday, Victoria announced 25 coronavirus deaths, making it Australia's deadliest day of the pandemic.
It is believed this is Victoria's lowest daily case total since the state recorded 217 new cases on July 18.
The state government will release regional daily numbers later on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Melbourne residents have been fined and one will have to face court after staying at a weekender in central Victoria.
Inglewood Sergeant Sean Dickson said the six people were between the ages of 19 and 23 and came from the suburbs of Sunshine and Sunshine North.
They were staying on a Wedderburn property in breach of stage four COVID-19 restrictions.
Police attended the property at 9am on Saturday and all six people were issued with $1652 fines.
One of the six was later intercepted by police while driving on the Calder Highway at Inglewood, about 3.30pm.
Sergeant Dickson said the 22-year-old man was driving while disqualified.
The man's vehicle was impounded.
Sergeant Dickson said the man would have to attend the Bendigo Magistrates' Court for the driving offence.
Retrieving the impounded vehicle was likely to cost $1700.