Horsham has marked two weeks without a new COVID-19 case, however four active cases remain.
Meanwhile, DHHS figures released this afternoon show one person in Ararat has now recovered. There are no longer any active COVID-19 cases in Ararat.
There are no changes in the rest of the region.
There are two active cases in West Wimmera.
One active case remains in the Northern Grampians.
Yesterday, an active case was added back to Horsham taking the total number of active cases to four.
On Monday, DHHS reported there were three active cases. It is not uncommon for DHHS to re-classify cases, whether due to an incorrect test result or an administrative error.
Premier Daniel Andrews pleaded for regional Victorians to 'stay the course' today after the state experiences its deadliest day of the pandemic so far.
A further 21 people lost their lives to the coronavirus and 410 new cases were reported.
Sixteen of those deaths are linked to aged care outbreaks.
There are now 7877 active cases statewide - 1929 of which are linked to aged care settings and 1079 are healthcare workers.
"You've done a great job in following these rules right across the pandemic, but it's very important that each and every regional Victorian stays the course with this," Mr Andrews said to regional Victorians.
"I know it's tough, I know it's challenging, I know we would prefer to be at a different set of circumstances, but even at low numbers, we've got to have that vigilance across the board so we can keep them low and drive them down even further."
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