Central Victorian local government areas continue to have no active COVID-19 cases.
Across the whole of regional Victoria, there are five active coronavirus cases - all located in the Mitchell Shire.
No new cases have been linked to the Oddfellows Cafe in Kilmore.
Anyone who visited the cafe between September 30 and October 3 is classified as potential close contacts of cases linked to the business and should come forward for testing, even those without symptoms.
In his press conference today, Victorian premier Daniel Andrews said regional Victorians could expect a further easing of restrictions at the end of the week.
VICTORIA has recorded another 15 new cases of COVID-19.
A Department of Health and Human Services data shows no one died from coronavirus overnight.
The latest figures bring the rolling 14-day case average for metropolitan Melbourne to 9.9.
The rolling average for regional Victoria sits at 0.4
There were also 11 mystery cases listed in metropolitan Melbourne in the past 14 days.
The latest data came after the state recorded 12 new COVID-19 cases and one death on Sunday.
There were no active cases listed in central Victoria.
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