Three active cases remain in central Victoria - one in Greater Bendigo and two in the Macedon Ranges shire.
Data from the Department of Health and Human Services confirmed 20 active cases remain in regional Victoria. There are 595 in metropolitan Melbourne.
Mount Alexander, Campaspe, Central Goldfields, Loddon and Gannawarra shires are free of active cases.
The Buloke Shire has yet to record a coronavirus case.
No local government area in Victoria has more than 100 active cases. Brimbank has the most with 98.
There are three fewer active COVID-19 cases in regional Victoria, as the state recorded 28 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Premier Daniel Andrews announced there are 20 active cases in regional local government areas, compared to 23 cases on Monday.
The average number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days for regional Victoria remains unchanged, at 1.6.
Mr Andrews said he was pleased more than 10,000 Victorians presented for testing on Sunday.
"That result is higher than previous weekends and I want to thank each of those Victorians who got tested on Sunday," Mr Andrews said.
"Extra positive cases because of a higher testing rate won't hold us back from taking safe and steady next steps.
"What could hold us back is if we don't have enough people coming forward and getting tested and we don't think we have an accurate picture of how much virus is out there."
There are 83 Victorians in hospital receiving treatment for coronavirus, with eight of those in intensive care, of which five are on a ventilator.
Funds for regional aged care facilities
Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Luke Donnellan announced a $30 million funding package for more than 50 public sector residential aged care facilities, including 16 in regional Victoria.
As part of the funding, $10 million will be spent on 20 improvement projects at 19 regional facilities, funded through the state government's Regional Health Infrastructure Fund.
An addition $5 million will be spent at 16 regional facilities to undertake important upgrades, including the installation of new flooring, refurbishing communal living areas and replacing equipment.
"We're continuing to support our aged care services expand capacity, improve safety, but most importantly, deliver the care Victorians deserve," Mr Donnellan said.
Melbourne on the cusp
Metropolitan Melbourne is poised to progress to the Second Step of their COVID-19 roadmap on September 28, Mr Andrews said.
The average number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days for metropolitan Melbourne is 32.8.
The target average to each restrictions is a 14-day of average of between 30 and 50 cases.
"To be at 32.8 cases now with several days to go is a testament to the hard work and commitment of every Victorian following the rules," Mr Andrews said.
Victoria's COVID-19 cases rise on Tuesday
Victoria has recorded 28 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday.
A further three deaths were also announced by the Department of Health and Human Services, with 766 dying from coronavirus in Victoria.
Tuesday's figures after the fewest case since June 16 were recorded on Monday, when just 11 coronavirus cases were announced.
There were no new COVID-19 cases in regional Victoria on Monday, with three active cases in central Victoria.
The average number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days for regional Victoria is 1.6.
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