The Wimmera remains free of any active coronavirus cases.
DHHS figures released this afternoon show there is still one case assigned to Horsham, though this is a person who contracted the virus in Melbourne and has not visited western Victoria while infectious.
Today's local update comes as regional Victoria prepares to move to 'third step' of the roadmap out of lockdown.
From 11:59pm on Wednesday restrictions will be slightly eased for those in regional local government areas.
Under the third step, travel restrictions within regional Victoria will be eased, reasons to leave the home removed and larger outdoor gatherings allowed.
"People are allowed to have up to five visitors in their home, although they must be from one household that has been nominated as a 'household bubble'. This 'household bubble' cannot change. Infants under 12 months are not included in the five-person limit."
MAKING NEWS ACROSS THE WIMMERA:
"It's a massive thing, it is such good news. I'm so so pleased and proud of every single regional Victorian who has stayed the course, follow the rules, and got tested. They've done an amazing job," Daniel Andrews said.
"I know it hasn't been easy because there have been many communities where to the best of our knowledge there has not been virus. But you've always got to be conservative, you've always got to be cautious."
You can read more about the move to the third step here.
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