Victoria has recorded a new coronavirus in hotel quarantine.
The new case takes the state's active case number to six.
There have been no locally transmitted COVID19 cases in Victoria for eight days.
On Friday, 14,814 test results were received by Victorians. The total number of coronavirus tests conducted in Victoria is now at 5,038,743.
On Friday, the national cabinet agreed to expand the Howard Springs quarantine facility in the Northern Territory so more people can return from overseas.
It will see Howard Springs accept 2000 people a fortnight with the increase to begin taking place from April. Currently the facility houses 850 people per fortnight for mandatory quarantine.
Victoria is expected to make a decision soon on whether when it will allow international flights begin landing in Melbourne again.
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