Another day has passed without the state recording a new, community-transmitted case of coronavirus.
The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed on Tuesday morning that there were no new local cases, and no new infections confirmed in hotel quarantine.
Test results for 18,139 people were received on Monday.
No further deaths from the COVID-19 virus were recorded.
Victorians stuck in regional NSW had to wait a little bit longer to be granted permission to come home, as the launch of a new permit system was delayed.
The Victorian government expanded its "traffic light" scheme to the whole of Australia on Monday, designating regions as green, orange or red zones based on their coronavirus risk profile.
Regional NSW has been classified orange, while Greater Sydney and Greater Brisbane remain red.
Despite the border changes coming into effect at 6pm, the permit system wasn't available on the Services Victoria website until about 8.55pm.
- With AAP