VICTORIA recorded no new COVID-19 infections in the 24 hours to midnight on Wednesday.
There were no new deaths, according to Health Department data revealed this morning.
A total of 16 people currently have COVID-19. It is a drop of four people from yesterday.
The Bendigo Advertiser has been getting lots of questions about the vaccine roll-out after the program started this week.
We've pulled together some information to help you make sense of when to expect to be immunised and what it will likely involve.
Meanwhile, experts have warned that Australia's vaccine supplies may be at risk unless onshore manufacturing is stepped up.
In a pre-budget submission made to the federal government, the Australian Academy of Science said Australia and the surrounding region was susceptible to vaccine supply.
The submission said funding was needed to produce more mRNA vaccines, as the COVID-19 rollout progresses across the country.
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