There are now 56 current exposure sites in the state and 216 cases have been linked to the most recent outbreak.
Victoria has eight people in hospital with COVID-19, three of whom are in intensive care.
It comes as Health Minister Martin Foley announced changes to border bubble arrangements with NSW.
VICTORIA has recorded two new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 overnight from over 21,000 tests.
Both cases are linked to current outbreaks and all have been in quarantine throughout their infectious period.
Over 15,000 vaccinations administered and there are now 134 active cases across the state.
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It comes as the state government extended the interval time between the first and second dose of the Pfizer vaccine to allow more people to access a first dose.
Health minister Martin Foley said the changes will take affect from Monday with intervals between the doses extending from three weeks to six weeks.
The change only applies to state government-run vaccination clinics.
Over the weekend, the Chief Health Officer declared some Queensland local government areas a red zone under Victoria's travel permit system.
The City of Brisbane, Moreton Bay Regional Council, City of Gold Coast, City of Ipswich, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Logan City and Noosa Shire Council are among the newly classified LGAs.
If you are a Victorian resident and have been in a red zone since the current red zones came into effect, other than for transit, you can obtain a red zone permit to enter Victoria but you must travel directly home, get tested and quarantine for 14 days.
Non-Victorian residents are unable to obtain a permit unless an exemption is given.
Permits can be obtained at www.service.vic.gov.au
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