THERE have been no new COVID-19 cases recorded in Victoria.
The Department of Health and Human Services on Monday said there were also no further coronavirus deaths recorded overnight.
It is the first time since June 9 that no new cases have been listed in the state.
Monday's data brings the rolling 14-day case average for metropolitan Melbourne to 3.6.
The rolling average for regional Victoria is 0.2, with the state average sitting at 3.8.
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It came after Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed a number of changes for regional Victoria from 11.59pm on Tuesday.
Gyms will be able to open to up to 20 people, with a maximum of 10 people allowed per space and a density of one person per eight square metres.
Religious gatherings of up to 20 people plus one faith leader will be allowed indoors, or 50 people outdoors.
Indoor pools will open to up to 20 people. Indoor sport will be allowed for those aged 18 and under.
Food courts will also be able to open. School graduations will be allowed to happen within school communities.
Live music is set to resume as part of outdoor hospitality.
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