Three COVID-19 cases remain active in central Victoria, the Department of Health and Human services said.
There were two active cases in the Macedon Ranges, and one in Greater Bendigo.
There were no active cases in the Mount Alexander, Central Goldfields, Campaspe, Loddon or Buloke shires.
The state government remains under pressure today for its response to problems with hotel quarantine earlier this year, AAP reports.
The government has rebuffed calls for health minister Jenny Mikakos to resign amid accusations of "breathtaking incompetence".
The Health Workers Union says Ms Mikakos has failed to consult with the sector and lacks a basic understanding of her portfolio.
"Sadly, our union's relationship with your government is now officially dead, due solely to the breathtaking incompetence of your current health minister," the union, aligned with Labor's right faction, said in a letter.
Its secretary, Diana Asmar, called on Ms Mikakos to resign.
Premier Daniel Andrews rejected suggestions his health minister was incompetent and didn't understand her portfolio.
"All ministers are fully aware of the accountability for those matters that go on within their portfolio," Mr Andrews told reporters on Thursday.
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation also came to Ms Mikakos' defence.
Premier Daniel Andrews said there were 10 active COVID-19 cases in regional Victoria, four fewer cases than Wednesday.
The average number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days for regional Victoria remains at 1.1, as Mr Andrews flagged announcements about eased restrictions that apply to metropolitan Melbourne on Sunday.
"These will be steady and safe steps," Mr Andrews said.
Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Luke Donnellan announced more than $11.3 million in funding to boost food relief activities for vulnerable Victorians.
A new $5 million Community Food Relief Fund will provide one-off grants of up to $75,000 to support local community organisations supplying food to Victorians during the pandemic.
A new Loddon Mallee food hub will partner with existing organisations providing food relief, with a focus on food distribution and collection of food in the region.
A Food Relief Taskforce will also be established to bring together key industry leaders and representatives from all tiers of government to ensure food supply and distribution is coordinated and targeted to areas most in need.
Victoria has recorded 12 new COVID-19 cases since Wednesday, three fewer cases than Tuesday.
Two lives have been lost due to coronavirus in the past day, with the death toll rising to 773.
The average number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days for regional Victoria is 1.1
Department of Health and Human Services data released on Wednesday showed one active coronavirus case listed in Greater Bendigo and two active cases in the Macedon Ranges.
There were no active cases in the Mount Alexander, Central Goldfields, Gannawarra, Campaspe, Loddon, and Buloke shires.
DHHS will release an update on the number of active cases by local government area on Thursday afternoon.
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