Victoria has recorded 15 new cases of coronavirus, up from 12 yesterday.
No one died overnight.
Metro Melbourne's 14-day rolling average increased to 9.9, while regional Victoria's remains steady to 0.4
The Wimmera remains free of any active COVID-19 cases, with the latest figures from the DHHS.
There are no active cases assigned to any local government areas in the region.
Yesterday, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reiterated restrictions on Melburnians apply to them when they travel to regional Victoria.
"From 11.59pm October 11 (tonight) business in regional Victoria will be required to take all reasonable steps to determine when a person is from," he said.
"If the customer cannot satisfy the shop owner, the default position will be that the Melbourne rules apply to them. If there is a need for clarity to businesses in regional Victoria, we will provide that."
There is a fine of nearly $10,000 for businesses not complying. Mr Andrews said he was confident the government would not need to issue any fines.
He said regional Victorian businesses had done a good job in opening up in a COVID safe way.
Melburnians face fines of nearly $5000 if caught travelling to regional Victoria without a valid reason.
More to come.
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