Campaspe Shire has recorded the only new COVID-19 cases in central Victoria in the past 24 hours.
The shire now has two active cases, with eight in total since the pandemic began.
Greater Bendigo's active coronavirus case number stands at 15 - one less than Thursday's tally.
Latest data shows Bendigo's total number of cases remains at 100 since the pandemic began.
Other regions also remained steady with no decrease in active cases and no increase in total cases.
Macedon Ranges has the next highest number of active cases with eight.
Central Goldfields has one active case while Mount Alexander, Loddon and Buloke have no active case.
Buloke is yet to record a coronavirus case.
On Friday morning, Victorian premier Daniel Andrew said regional Victorian communities were in a much better position than they had been a few weeks ago.
"That's a testament to the hard work, the amazing work that every single regional Victorian is doing," he said.
On Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services said Victoria recorded 113 new coronavirus cases and 12 deaths since Thursday.
Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said case numbers were trending in the right direction, but Victorians needed to hold the course.
Mr Sutton said he expected daily new case numbers below 100 over the weekend or next week.
"There's no question we're dong it tough. But there's also no question numbers continue to decrease," he said.
"In regional Victoria in particular, it's clearly very much on track."
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