The Premier said no decision had been made on regional Victoria's easing of restrictions.
He said case numbers from the weekend and early next week would help decide when residents could have some freedoms.
"Regional Victorians, we hope to end the lockdown as soon as we can, I haven't got advice to do that yet," he said.
"As you well know, we look at the contemporary data, what occurs this weekend, what occurs this coming week. Hopefully we can make the decision that regional Victoria comes off."
He did say Shepparton may not see eased restrictions at the same time as the rest of the regions.
"I think Shepparton people are in a slightly different position and the people of the Goulburn Valley know that... but they will be catching up quite soon after," Mr Andrews said.
COVID commander Jeroen Weimar said six of today's 183 cases were from Shepparton.
VICTORIA has had its biggest vaccination weekend yet with more than 29,000 vaccinations were administered at state clinics yesterday.
At a press conference on Sunday, Premier Daniel Andrews said Victoria had hit the 60 per cent first-dose target, meaning the state is well on track to hitting the one million jab over the five-week period as had been targeted.
"We are indeed ahead of that a bit and we should meet that target ahead of schedule," Mr Andrews said.
"That is fantastic. We have just got some 343,000 to go, and I am confident we will get there and get there ahead of the five-week mark."
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As of Sunday, there were 11,000 first-dose AstraZeneca appointments available in state clinics and 2,000 first-dose Pfizer.
Mr Andrews noted of 89 people currently hospitalised with COVID-19, just one was fully vaccinated.
"Just making the point that if you are double-dose protected with either of the vaccines that are available then you are almost certain to avoid very serious illness," he said.
The state government announced an extension of previously announced food and financial relief for vulnerable people in our communities.
Building on $30 million announced in June, this $2.7 million boost will help support more Victorians affected by restrictions, delays in the vaccine roll-out, and the continued risk of coronavirus outbreaks.
"No Victorian should have to worry about being able to put a meal on the table - that's why we're boosting support for Victorians in need - who will continue to be among the hardest hit," Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Luke Donnellan said.
A $6 million Food Relief Financial Reserve will ensure Victorians facing financial stress can continue to access healthy food, while a further $3.7 million will be allocated to partners across local government and the Red Cross to support thousands of families required to isolate in their homes to keep others safe.
To keep women and children safe, $2.25 million will be allocated to specialist family violence services to help more survivors access safe accommodation, put food on the table, and provide immediate aid.
A further $850,000 will support case work for single mothers and deliver women's mental health projects.
Victoria has recorded 183 new coronavirus cases since Saturday.
The new COVID-19 cases included 101 linked to known cases and outbreaks and none in hotel quarantine.
Saturday also bought 48,487 test results to Victorians as well as 29,950 vaccinations being administered.
Victoria's active coronavirus case tally now sits at 1,417.
These cases come as Chief Health Officer Dr Brett Sutton said regional Victoria was 'on track' to having some restrictions eased next week.
At the COVID-19 press conference on Saturday, he said residents needed to "be alert" over the next few weeks.
"The regions are on track for some level of easing," Dr Sutton said.
"We are always alert, as should the regions be, to the risk that's coming through. That will remain so I hope no one driving drops their guard in the regions.
"I know they fiercely protect their COVID-free status that many of them have had for a long time."
"That risk will be managed through the public health directions as well in terms of the limitations of movement for Melburnians, but it will also be around the constraints to essential worker's movements and the like."
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