PREMIER Daniel Andrews says the state is "on track" for a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions from Sunday.
Mr Andrews flagged the "significant announcements" would involve the lifting of the border between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne.
The premier on Friday also confirmed direct flights into Melbourne from New Zealand would resume from November 9.
There were zero new coronavirus cases and zero deaths recorded in Victoria on Friday. It was the seventh consecutive day of zero new cases.
Mr Andrews said there were only 15 active COVID-19 cases in the state.
Only two people were in hospital with the virus, although neither of those people were receiving intensive care.
The premier said the low case numbers were not a reason to be complacent.
"We can't pretend that seven days of zeroes is like a vaccine," Mr Andrews said. "It isn't. We need to play our part. Stay safe and stay open.
"If we don't, this thing will come back. Zero days are great, but it doesn't mean there is zero virus out there."
The premier encouraged anyone who had symptoms to get tested.
Victoria is celebrating a week with no new coronavirus cases.
The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the good news this morning.
Coupled with the news of no new cases was the fact no have been the lost to the virus in the last 24 hours.
The 14-day case number average is at 1.3 in metropolitan Melbourne with regional Victoria's 14-day average staying at zero.
The mystery cases in Melbourne for the last fortnight remains at two. Regional Victoria has no cases with unknown sources.
On Thursday, DHHS data reported just 20 active cases remain in the state, all are located in Melbourne.
No new cases for seven days means Victoria is halfway towards taking the Last Step on the Victorian COVID-19 roadmap for reopening.
According to the roadmap, there must be zero new cases in the community for more than 14 days to take the last step.
The last step includes no restrictions on leaving home, potential for outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people and up to 20 people able to visit someone's home.
These restrictions could be subject to change after Premier Daniel Andrews said in October the state government announce its plans for COVID-19 restrictions for the rest of the year on November 8.
The November 8 announcement is expected to include how people will be able to celebrate Christmas.
Rules around home visits will be reviewed and the government plans to give the public as much notice as possible ahead of Christmas.
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