THERE are still no active COVID-19 cases in central Victoria.
Department of Health and Human Services data released on Friday showed the only active cases in regional Victoria were in the Colac Otway, East Gippsland, and Mitchell shires.
The last active case in central Victoria was listed in the Macedon Ranges on Tuesday.
A DHHS spokesperson said the rolling 14-day case average for regional Victoria was 0.2.
Seven more Victorians have been diagnosed with COVID-19 since Thursday.
The state reported two more deaths from the virus.
It's a drop on new COVID-19 numbers for Thursday, which saw 15 Victorians diagnosed with the virus.
Central Victoria had zero known active COVID-19 cases on Thursday for the second day in a row.
Of the known active COVID-19 cases statewide, only three were in regional local government areas on Thursday.
Victoria's new case numbers have sat in the low-teens for most of the past week, with one dip below double digits.
The states rolling average of new cases per day sits at 13.2 for the past 14 days. Regional Victoria's average per day is 0.2, Melbourne's is 12.8.
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