Central Victoria's total number of COVID-19 cases has increased in the past 24 hours.
At least one new case has been recorded in the Macedon Ranges.
However, the total number of central Victorians sick with coronavirus has dropped overall as the second wave of infections subsides.
Cases of coronavirus are steady in Greater Bendigo and the rest of central Victoria.
On Monday there were 24 active cases of the virus, which was the same figure reported on Sunday.
The Mount Alexander, Loddon and Gannawarra shires currently has no active cases.
The Campaspe and Central Goldfields shires have one each.
The Macedon Ranges has seen its total number of active cases decrease overall, even as new people appear to have been infected in the past 24 hours.
There are now 14 active cases in the shire, down from 15 on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Ballarat has seen five new cases, despite Victorian premier Daniel Andrews this morning saying there were no active ones in the area.
Mr Andrews' office has since clarified that the premier misspoke at this morning's press briefing and that a total of six people currently have the virus.
Greater Geelong this afternoon had 88 active COVID-19 cases, down two from yesterday.
Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo have been among the regional areas most commonly cited as second wave hotspots.
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