VICTORIA has recorded no new COVID-19 cases overnight as New South Wales locks in restrictions around Sydney.
Household gatherings will be restricted and face masks are again compulsory in Sydney as health authorities work to trace two new COVID-19 cases.
Victorian travellers are being advised that the area is still classified as a "green zone".
The Victorian Department of Health this morning said there had been no new COVID-19 cases recorded either in the community or hotel quarantine.
The state also recorded its highest vaccination rate under the new immunisation phase, which began on Monday.
More than 9000 people were vaccinated in the 24 hours to midnight.
Another 16,135 people got tested for the virus.
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