Active coronavirus cases in the central Victorian remain at zero.
The only active cases in regional Victoria are in Greater Shepparton (three) and Mitchell Shire (four).
Central Victoran has now been without a COVID-19 cases for 20 days. The last active case was in the Macedon Ranges on September 29. Greater Bendigo's last active case was on September 24 - 25 days ago.
Victoria recorded four new cases today. All were in the Moonee Valley and Hume areas with three coming from the same household and one a re-infection from a previous case.
A testing centre has been established in Kilmore after a recent cases was found in a staff member at Kemp's Bakery.
The staff member lives in metropolitan Melbourne and worked at the bakery between October 1 and 11. The staff member was infectious on October 8 and 9 when they were working night shifts when the bakery was not open.
Kemp's Bakery in Kilmore and Wandong have been closed for cleaning. All staff have been tested and are negative. Anyone identified as a close contact of staff members will quarantine for 14 days.
People in Kilmore or Wandong should get tested if they show any symptoms.
NONE of the new COVID-19 cases recorded in Victoria on Monday were from the regions.
Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed there were still only seven active coronavirus cases in regional Victoria - four in the Mitchell Shire and three in Greater Shepparton.
The four new cases were in the Moonee Valley and Hume areas.
Mr Andrews said there were 12 people in hospital with COVID-19, although none of those people were receiving intensive care.
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One person - a man in his 90s - died from the virus.
The new case numbers came as regional Victoria opened up further on Monday morning.
Mr Andrews said while regional Victorian cafes, restaurants, and pubs would be allowed to have up to 70 seated patrons outside and 40 inside, there would be differences in Shepparton.
"[The restrictions] that relate to indoor restaurants and cafes will not apply to the Greater Shepparton area at this time," he said.
"That allows us to get the day 11 testing completed so we can have a much more accurate picture of exactly how much virus is in the Shepparton community.
"These matters will be reviewed on the weekend and it would be my hope and my expectation that we can have Shepparton assume those new settings, those indoor settings with the rest of regional Victoria."
Mr Andrews said there could be changes to travel between regional Victoria and other states.
"I think [NSW and South Australia] are actively considering that," he said. "I think they look at what is occurring in regional Victoria and they see those very low numbers.
"I think they will be more likely to let regional Victoria into NSW and into South Australia while there is that border between Melbourne and regional Victoria.
"I would not be surprised if, quite soon, the NSW government and the South Australian government felt that they were in a position to be able to allow regional Victorians to travel more freely into their state."
Mr Andrews also confirmed 65 travellers from New Zealand arrived in Victoria in the past few days from the travel bubble with NSW.
He said authorities had located and spoken to 55 of those people.
"There are 17 flights into Melbourne today that could possibly have New Zealand passengers that have arrived via Sydney," Mr Andrews said.
"We are not particularly pleased that we were asked the question, do you want to be in a bubble, and it turns out that even though we said no, we are. But that is the fact of the matter, that is what we faced.
"I'm not gonna be quarantining people that came from a low virus community, and we just have to make the best of this."
Victoria recorded four new coronavirus cases on Monday, an increase from two cases on Sunday.
The death toll from coronavirus in Victoria is 817, following one additional death on Monday.
The 14-day rolling average number of regional cases is 0.5, while the metropolitan Melbourne average is 7.2.
There are seven active coronavirus cases in regional Victoria, with four cases in Mitchell Shire and three in Greater Shepparton.
On Sunday, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to the COVID-19 roadmap in regional Victoria.
From today, people will be able to have two people (plus any dependents) visit them at home at any one time.
This does away with the 'household bubble' that meant people living in a house together could only visit their one nominated household and no others.
Cafes, restaurants and pubs will be able to have up to 70 seated patrons outside and 40 inside, up from 50 and 20 customers respectively.
There will still be a limit of 10 people per group and per indoor space.
Libraries and toy libraries will reopen, with a maximum of 20 people inside at any time.
Households will also be able to visit care facilities, rather than just one person.
Up to 20 people will be permitted at outdoor religious gatherings.
Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to give a press conference on Monday morning, while the Department of Health and Human Services' daily coronavirus update will be released on Monday afternoon.
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