Victoria reported 42 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.
No deaths were reported either in that time, either.
Today's update continues a streak of low daily increases for the state.
On Monday, there were 35 new active cases reported.
It followed daily increases of 41 on Sunday, and 35 on Saturday.
More details on today's figures - including the much-anticipated number of cases in regional Victoria - are expected later this morning.
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On Monday, Premier Daniel Andrews said he could have "very very good news" for regional Victorians today.
The regions are poised to move to the third step of the roadmap, and closer to reopening.
As of this morning, there were 47 actives cases in the regional Victoria, and there had been three-consecutive days without a new case in regional local government areas.
The 14-day rolling average in the regions is 3.9.
As of Monday there were three mystery cases in regional Victoria within a rolling 14-day timeframe, though Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said he expected that figure to drop to zero today.
You can read more about what the Premier had to say about the potential easing of restrictions here.
There are no active coronavirus cases in the Wimmera.
There remains one active case assigned to the Horsham Rural City Council local government area, though it has been confirmed that this is a person who contracted the virus in Melbourne and has not visited the Wimmera while infectious.
The DHHS assigns cases to a region based on a person's listed residential address, not by where they contracted the virus or where they may currently be staying.
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