Greater Bendigo has recorded 10 new cases of coronavirus taking the region's tally to 135.
The Macedon Rangers recorded another five, the Mount Alexander Shire recorded two and Campaspe Shire recorded eight.
Central Goldfields Shire recorded zero new cases.
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It comes as the state recorded another 1,273 cases of coronavirus and another eight deaths.
Over 5,800 vaccine doses were administered in the state run facilities.
There are now 330 people in hospital with the virus, 57 in ICU and 30 of those are on a ventilator.
Premier Daniel Andrews yesterday confirmed a host of rules would disappear from 11.59pm Thursday, November 18, giving fully vaccinated Victorians some much cherished and well-earned freedom from the restrictions that have dogged the state for much of the past 20 months.
The changes to restrictions have delivered fresh hope that Bendigo's much loved and biggest community event, the Bendigo Easter Fair, could yet return in 2022.
Victorians aged 12 and two months or more who are not fully vaccinated now face further obstacles as the vaccinated economy clamps down on anyone who is eligible, but has not yet has not been double-jabbed.
The municipality's total active cases has dropped to 146, according to the Department of Health data.
Elsewhere in the region, the Campaspe Shire recorded another three cases, as did the Macedon Ranges.
There were zero new cases were recorded in the Mount Alexander, Loddon Shire, Buloke, Central Goldfields and Gannawarra shires.
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