Victoria has again seen no locally-acquired coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours.
It has now been 15 days since Victoria had a case of coronavirus transmitted in the community.
The state has seen one new COVID-19 case recorded since yesterday but it is in hotel quarantine.
Active cases of COVID-19 remain at 34. There were 20,070 test results received in Victoria over the past 24 hours.
Yesterday, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said businesses who posted a record profit while receiving JobKeeper should repay the money to the federal government.
"That would be the honourable thing for those companies to do," he said.
"Some areas of the economy have had their biggest year ever and arguably if you are making your biggest profits you don't need Commonwealth JobKeeper ... and you should hand them back.
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