A Bendigo Health spokesperson said there are currently 15 people in hospital with COVID-19.
Of those, 11 are in the respiratory ward and four are in the ICU.
There are 67 COVID patients being monitored at home through the hospital in the home program.
The Greater Bendigo region has recorded 13 new cases of COVID-19 overnight.
The latest cases take the region's active cases to 91.
Two new cases were recorded in the Macedon Rangers with no new cases recorded in the Campaspe and Mount Alexander Shire.
THERE were 145 new cases recorded overnight in regional Victoria.
Department of Health deputy secretary Naomi Bromley said around eight per cent of new cases were recorded in the regions, bringing the total amount of cases to 1660.
In terms of the larger regional outbreaks there were 24 new cases in Latrobe, 18 in Greater Geelong, 18 also in Baw Baw and 13 new cases in Wodonga which are mostly linked either directly or indirectly to the outbreak in Albury.
The numbers for the Greater Bendigo region were not available as of yet and will be updated once released.
Ms Bromley says the Albury exposure site is "being managed by New South Wales Health and has generated a number of cases in Albury as well as Wodonga".
Ms Bromley said 28 per cent of new cases today were in the south-eastern suburbs including 153 in Casey.
There were 132 in Greater Dandenong.
Around 28 per cent of new cases were in the northern suburbs including 145 in Hume and 135 in Whittlesea.
30 per cent of new cases were in the western suburbs including 127 in Brimbank, 122 in Wyndham, 111 in Melton and 5 per cent of new cases were in the eastern suburbs including 21 in Manningham and 20 in Knox.
Bendigo recorded an extra 14 cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
A further three cases have been recorded in the Macedon Ranges Shire area.
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