Victoria's chief health officer Professor Brett Sutton says an employee of a Kilmore bakery who tested positive for COVID-19 is a metropolitan Melbourne resident.
Kilmore and District Hospital has reported a new case of COVID-19.
The hospital says a staff member at Kemp's Bakery has tested positive.
The affected staff member worked between October 1 and October 11, but was not considered to be infectious in this period.
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However, the business' stores in Kilmore and Wandong have shut for cleaning.
All staff who worked during these dates are also requested to get tested and isolate.
Family and household members of the Kilmore employees are also asked to isolate.
This is a different business to the one affected in an outbreak earlier this month.
It comes after the confirmation that no new cases were detected in regional Victoria in the 24 hours to Sunday.
As of this morning, there were seven active cases in regional Victoria: four in Mitchell Shire and three in Shepparton.
Two people have tested positive to COVID-19 in Victoria in the 24 hours to Sunday.
The latest update comes ahead of an anticipated announcement from Premier Daniel Andrews regarding changes to restrictions.
On Friday, Mr Andrews said the state was set to take "significant steps", but warned they would not be what everyone wanted.
No more people have died from the virus.
On Saturday, Victoria recorded just one new case and no deaths, the smallest increase in more than four months.
There were 148 active cases of coronavirus as of Saturday, nine fewer than the previous day.
Seven of these active cases were in regional Victoria: three in Greater Shepparton and four in Mitchell Shire.
An update on the number of active cases and a geographical breakdown will be provided later in the day.
The rolling 14-day average of new cases stood at eight on Saturday: 7.5 in metropolitan Melbourne and 0.5 in regional Victoria.
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