There were no new coronavirus cases confirmed in central Victoria overnight, health officials confirmed.
It meant there were still three active COVID-19 cases in the region - two in the Macedon Ranges and one in Greater Bendigo.
Also on Sunday, the state government announced funding support for live music venues across Victoria, AAP reported.
The Theatre Royal and Bridge Hotel in Castlemaine were among the venues to receive a grant from the $13 million scheme.
Creative Industries Minister Martin Foley said the grants would support venues that had closed to help stop the spread of the virus to cover urgent overheads and to put COVID -19 safe measures in place.
They will also assist venues to reopen and host events when it is safe to do so, providing employment for artists, promoters, technicians and other workers.
"Our music scene is much loved across the state and envied the world over," Mr Foley said on Sunday.
"This support will protect our grassroots venues, save jobs and music businesses, and keep local music playing well beyond this pandemic."
The number of people being diagnosed with coronavirus in Victoria has fallen once again, with just 14 new cases reported on Sunday morning.
Five more deaths were added to the statewide COVID-19 toll.
The result is particularly good news for metropolitan Melbourne, which is due to have its lockdown restrictions eased in a week.
On Saturday, one new active case was confirmed in central Victoria.
The Department of Health and Human Services said the patient from the Macedon Ranges became infected while in metropolitan Melbourne and went into isolation while waiting for their test results.
The positive diagnosis meant that there were two active cases in the Macedon Ranges and one in Greater Bendigo.
They are the only remaining active cases in central Victoria.
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