Victoria has recorded 423 more locally acquired COVID-19 cases and two deaths.
Of the local cases, 149 have been linked to known cases and outbreaks.
There were 54,649 test results received on Tuesday, and 41,856 doses of vaccine were administered at state-run sites.
Victoria's active coronavirus case tally now sits at 4,038.
It comes as a spokesperson for the Department of Health confirmed there was no positive case of COVID-19 in the Bendigo postcode of 3550.
The spokesperson said it was an error and will be removed today.
Regional Victoria continues to lead all other country areas in the race to vaccinate Australians against COVID-19.
The regions reached the target on Monday, with 73.7 per cent of eligible residents having received their first dose.
The latest federal government data released on Tuesday shows as of September 12, about 75.4 per cent of Bendigo region residents aged 15 and over have received at least one dose of a vaccine, while 50.8 per cent are now fully vaccinated.
In a major achievement for the state, all statistical areas of regional Victoria have surpassed the 70 per cent first-dose vaccination target, well ahead of areas in the Melbourne metropolitan region.
Warrnambool leads the way with 77.6 per cent of eligible residents having had at least one dose, while Geelong (77 per cent), Shepparton (74.4 per cent) and Hume (73.8 per cent) join the Bendigo region not far behind.
Bendigo's tally of 50.8 per cent of eligible residents being fully vaccinated is behind only Geelong at 51.3 per cent across regional Victoria.
The state is poised to reach its 70 per cent first-dose vaccination target on Friday.
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