THIRTY people in Greater Bendigo have recovered from coronavirus in the last day.
The region began the week with almost 100 active coronavirus cases. As of Wednesday this number now sits at 68.
Over the last 24 hours the region recorded an additional four new cases, taking the total number of cases in the region since the pandemic began to 905.
Elsewhere, Campaspe Shire has also recorded four new cases, while the Macedon Ranges reported an additional three.
Loddon Shire again reported zero new cases and Central Goldfields Shire recorded one, taking it's total active cases to five.
Mount Alexander Shire recorded two new cases in the last 24 hours.
Victoria has seen 1,312 new COVID-19 cases overnight, taking the state's active cases to 11,331.
Sadly, five people died of coronavirus.
Monday also saw 79,490 COVID-19 test results returned to Victorians and 3,858 vaccinations administered.
Victoria's double vaccination rate now stands at 91 per cent.
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