The Wimmera remains free of COVID-19, with case numbers declining in regional Victoria.
There are only three active case numbers in the regions- all of which are in Shepparton.
Five new cases were reported yesterday, after one old case was reclassified and 18,442 tests were conducted.
All of the new cases are linked to known outbreaks or close contacts.
One of the new cases is a Melbourne student who was supposed to be isolating after a family member had tested positive earlier.
Deputy Chief Health Officer Processor Allen Cheng said other household had members who had contracted the virus had been cleared of infection, which may have caused confusion and led the family to believe the student was also cleared.
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There are now 105 active cases across Victoria.
The 14-day rolling average in regional Victoria is 0.4, and Melbourne's is 6.1.
Nine people remain in hospital, but none are in intensive care.
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