Greater Bendigo has recorded 10 new coroanvirus cases in the last 24 hours.
The new cases take the city's active cases to 56.
Other central Victorian councils that recorded new cases included Macedon Ranges (4), Mount Alexander (3), Campaspe (1).
The Victorian Department of Health data says - excluding Commonwealth data - 94.2 per cent of Victorians aged 12 and over have now had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 92.0 per cent have had two doses.
There are no new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant in Victoria.
VICTORIA has recorded 1193 new COVID-19 cases with the state's total cases now standing at 133,734 since the start of the pandemic.
Another 13 peopled died on Friday, new Department of Health data shows.
A total of 323 are in hospital. Of those, 68 are in intensive care and 29 are on ventilators.
Victoria has a total of 11,457 active cases.
Greater Bendigo's case numbers have been falling this week despite a small but steady stream of confirmations.
The area had 51 cases according to data collected on Thursday, down from 141 four days earlier.
Health authorities are expected to release Friday's Greater Bendigo numbers later on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the federal government has confirmed Bendigo children as young as five will be able to get vaccinated from January 10.
Older residents have so far taken up 2000 booster jabs, Bendigo Health says.
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