VICTORIA has recorded no new COVID-19 cases overnight, health authorities have confirmed.
They tested just under 20,000 people yesterday.
The Department of Health is urging people to plan ahead and stay informed about border closures when travelling over the Easter weekend.
It says it is constantly reviewing health situations across the country and that arrangements can change quickly.
The department is also reminding people that those heading interstate will need to apply for a permit to re-enter Victoria.
It has urged people to find out more information at this FAQ website page.
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