VICTORIA has notched up another day without new COVID-19 cases, marking the 40th day in a row without community transmission.
It comes as Prime Minister Scott Morrison blames supply issues for the failure to meet his government's vaccine rollout targets.
About 855,000 Australians had received a shot by Monday, despite a target of four million by the end of March.
Mr Morrison has blamed the European Union for blocking supply, saying three million doses had been blocked from leaving for Australia.
But a European Commission spokesperson said it would not confirm any new decision to block vaccine exports to Australia.
Victorian health authorities received a total of 11,746 test results in the 24 hours to midnight.
One case of the virus remains active in Victoria.
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