Victoria has recorded its 24th consecutive day of zero COVID-19 cases.
There was only one active case left in the state on Monday, with no coronavirus related deaths recorded in the past 24 hours.
The latest Department of Health and Human Services update showed 7261 people were tested for the virus on Sunday.
The data came after Premier Daniel Andrews announced changes to mask wearing and gatherings.
From Monday, people would only be required to wear a mask while indoors, on public transport, and when they couldn't social distance.
People would no longer be required to wear a mask outdoors if they could keep a safe distance.
Other changes included the number of visitors permitted at your home increasing to 15 per day.
Outdoor gatherings in a public place could increase to 50, while weddings, funerals, and religious ceremonies would be able to host 150 people indoors.
Smaller hospitality venues would be allowed to host up to 50 customers inside, while bigger venues could host 100 people inside and 200 outside.
The density limit would change to one person for every two square metres.
Cinemas, galleries, and museums would also be able to host up to 150 people indoors.
Community clubs, contact, and non-contact sports could begin for adults and children with 150 people indoors with a group size of up to 20, and 500 outdoors with groups of up to 50.
The border between NSW and Victoria also reopened on Monday for the first time in months.
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