Greater Bendigo has recorded another 31 new cases overnight, taking the region's total number of active cases to 162.
There are currently 17 COVID-19 patients in hospital across Greater Bendigo.
A Bendigo Health spokesperson confirmed 13 were in the respiratory ward and four were in the intensive care unit.
Around 121 COVID patients are also being monitored at home through the Hospital in the Home program.
Premier, Daniel Andrews said there were 784 people who are currently in hospital with COVID-19.
About 145 of those are in intensive care, 94 of those are on a ventilator.
Mr Andrews said of the cases in hospital yesterday, 88 per cent were not fully vaccinated. Of the cases in intensive care yesterday, 94 per cent of those were not fully vaccinated.
These cases come as Bendigo Health says it is well prepared for further cases of COVID-19 in the community, and a new era of restrictions comes into force across regional Victoria.
The organisation says more than 80 per cent of patients currently battling COVID-19 in the city's hospital are not fully vaccinated.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Greater Bendigo has recorded 282 cases.
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