VICTORIA has recorded another day of zero new COVID-19 cases.
The Department of Health and Human Services said on Tuesday there were also no further coronavirus deaths recorded overnight.
It came after the state recorded no new coronavirus cases or deaths on Monday. It was the first time since June 9 that the state had reached that milestone.
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Tuesday's data brought the rolling 14-day case average for metropolitan Melbourne down to 2.8.
The rolling average for regional Victoria was 0.2, with the state average sitting at 3.
On Monday, Premier Daniel Andrews on Monday confirmed Melbourne would move out of lockdown from 11.59pm on Tuesday.
Mr Andrews also noted the border between regional Victorian and metropolitan Melbourne would be removed from November 8.
The premier said the government was planning to announce details of a COVID-safe Christmas in November.
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