Victoria has recorded no new locally-acquired COVID-19 cases, as residents wake up to eased restrictions.
One person was infected overseas and is currently recovering in hotel quarantine.
Among the restrictions being eased are a raise in the number of people permitted at a public gathering, two visitors allowed at a person's home and a return of community sport.
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The new cases mean there are now 75 active cases in the state.
A total of 20,752 vaccines were administered in the last 24 hours bringing the state's total vaccinations to 749,470.
Authorities received 17,604 tests.
On Thursday, Bendigo Health revealed two Bendigo residents were isolating at home after attending the same location as a Victorian who travelled to Queensland before contracting COVID-19.
They tested negative last night, Bendigo Health chief executive Peter Faulkner said.
Mr Faulkner said the couple had no direct connection with the COVID-positive case.
Meanwhile, Bendigo residents have been urged to monitor their symptoms and get tested after viral fragments were found in wastewater in the city's north and northwestern suburbs.
People who were in areas including California Gully, Eaglehawk, Epsom, Huntly, Jackass Flat, Madien Gully, Marong, North Bendigo and Sailors Gully between the dates of June 3 and 7 to monitor their symptoms.
Close contacts from the Port Melbourne coronavirus case that visited Axedale will be retested for the virus following viral fragments being detected in Bendigo's wastewater.
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