JUST two COVID-19 cases remain active in regional Victoria, as the state records seven new cases.
Premier Daniel Andrews warned against people banking on a detailed set of eased restrictions being announced on Sunday.
Mr Andrews said outbreak driven testing could reveal a large amount of undetected virus in Melbourne's north.
He had previously flagged 'significant changes' to be announced, but warned pending testing results of a school outbreak in the suburb of Preston could show up large amounts of undetected virus.
All of Victoria's seven new cases were all in metropolitan Melbourne Mr Andrews said on Saturday morning.
The regional rolling new case average is 0.2. The Metropolitan average was at 5.
Three of Melbourne's new cases are in the Darebin local government area, one each in Banyule, Maribyrnong, Dandenong and Wyndham.
It comes as the government ramps up testing in the northern metropolitan corridor, after an outbreak identified at East Preston Islamic College.
Mr Andrews urged anyone experiencing symptoms to get tested. All families at the East Preston school and nearby Croxton school have been advised to be tested.
Anyone experiencing possible COVID-19 symptoms - or with any connection to East Preston Islamic College or Croxton School - has been urged to be tested.
Testing locations are available on the Department of Health and Human Services website.
SEVEN more Victorians have been diagnosed with COVID-19 overnight, a rise on Friday's new case numbers.
No new deaths have been reported.
It comes ahead of possible "significant announcements" related to change in COVID-19 restrictions.
The Department of Health and Human Services warned on Saturday morning that four of the new cases were in the Preston area.
It follows an outbreak in Melbourne's northern suburbs.
Two recent new cases were connected to East Preston Islamic college, with no clear link between them on Friday.
On Friday 800 people connected with the outbreak were in isolation.
DHHS has encouraged all families at the school, and at nearby Croxton School to get tested, even if they don't have symptoms.
Premier Daniel Andrews flagged on Friday that he would likely make significant announcements related to COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday.
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