Victoria has recorded one new locally acquired case of COVID-19 overnight as the number of active cases dropped to 68.
The department said the one new case is a primary close contact who has been quarantining throughout their infectious period.
The state's vaccination blitz also continues with more than 14,000 people receiving a dose on Saturday and another 17,102 tested for the virus.
Several locations in Southbank, including a supermarket and a maternal child and family health service, have been listed as new exposure sites in Melbourne.
All exposure sites can be found here.
Late Saturday, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced he would be returning to work at the end of the month after slipping on stairs at a holiday home on the Mornington Peninsula in March.
"This week I had another round of scans and a meeting with my care team at the Alfred and got some good news," he tweeted.
"I've been given the all clear to return to work soon."
"On Monday 28 June I'll be back to work - and back to getting things done. I can't wait."
He also thanked Acting Premier James Merlino "for stepping in to lead the government and the state through a really difficult time".
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