Victoria has recorded yet another day of no new COVID-19 cases, the 29th day in a row.
More than 9400 test results were received in the 24 hours to Saturday.
According to the state government's updated 'roadmap for reopening', Victoria is set to move to the 'COVID safe summer' stage in December.
Limits on the number of people allowed at public gatherings and in the home will increase, although by how much has not yet been detailed.
Restrictions on hospitality venues, entertainment venues and ceremonies such as weddings and funerals are also expected to ease.
While the state has now passed a milestone in its fight against coronavirus, health authorities urge community members to avoid complacency.
Anyone with even mild symptoms of COVID-19 - such as a sore throat, cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, or loss of taste or smell - should still get tested.
Fragments of the novel coronavirus were detected in wastewater at Corio, near Geelong, this week.
Acting chief health officer Professor Allen Cheng said it was possible this resulted from someone who was infectious, so residents and visitors to that area from November 21 to 23 were urged especially to get tested if they showed any symptoms.
Professor Cheng said the fragments could also be from someone still shedding the virus.
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