SEVEN more Victorians have been diagnosed with COVID-19 overnight, for the second day in a row.
No more deaths have been reported as a result of the virus.
It comes as the state waits for a possible announcement of eased restrictions, which could be slowed by an outbreak connected with a Melbourne school.
Victoria also reported seven new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, all in metropolitan Melbourne.
Regional Victoria's rolling 14 day new case average sits at 0.2, while metropolitan Melbourne's is at 4.6.
Nine cases in Melbourne are without a known source over the past 14 days.
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