THE total number of COVID-19 cases listed in Greater Bendigo has decreased.
Department of Health and Human Services data released on Monday showed 102 coronavirus cases have been recorded in Greater Bendigo since the pandemic started, a drop from the 105 cases listed on Sunday.
There was still only one active case listed in Greater Bendigo.
A DHHS spokesperson said case numbers were subject to change as cases were followed up and data was analysed. That could include changes to residential addresses following case interviews.
There were still two active coronavirus cases listed in the Macedon Ranges on Monday. There have been 58 cases recorded in the municipality since the pandemic started.
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There were no active cases in the Mount Alexander, Central Goldfields, Loddon, Gannawarra, Campaspe, and Buloke shires.
The 14-day rolling average case number for regional Victoria was 1.6.
The local government area case breakdown came after the state recorded 11 new coronavirus cases and two deaths on Monday.
It was the lowest number of new cases since June 16.
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