For the second day in a row Greater Bendigo has recorded less than 10 new cases of coronavirus.
Total active cases in the area have also dropped. There is now only 143 active cases in the region.
Similarly, Campaspe Shire also recorded six cases, a sharp spike from yesterday's zero.
Both Central Goldfields Shire and Mount Alexander Shire recorded one new case, while the Macedon Ranges recorded a single new case for the third day in a row this week.
Five of the six cases were reported in the 3550 postcode, there is no indication if they're linked.
The last case was linked to the Heathcote area, doubling the number of active cases under the postcode 3523.
Department of Health data shows there were 1,419 new cases of COVID-19 in Victoria overnight.
Sadly, 10 more people died with the virus.
Victoria now has 12,728 active cases with 288 people in hospital, another 41 in intensive care and 20 are on ventilators.
Wednesday also saw over 70,000 test results returned and another 4,019 vaccinations admitted.
About 91 per cent of eligible Victorians are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Greater Bendigo recorded nine new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the region's total to 145 active cases.
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A weather warning has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, large hailstones and heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding.
A man in his 20s is currently being treated for upper body injuries following an incident in Macedon on Tuesday.
VICSES workers said the man had fallen onto rocks in Mount Macedon.
A Mitiamo man who tried to evade police by attempting to swim across the Murray River into NSW was eventually arrested on Victorian soil on Monday after officers swam after him.
The man was wanted for numerous firearms and theft offences, diving fully clothed into the chilly river.
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