There are no new coronavirus cases in Victoria for a 21st consecutive day.
The Department of Health and Human Services' daily updated revealed two new COVID-19 cases acquired overseas, which are being managed in the state's hotel quarantine system.
There are 31 active coronavirus cases in Victoria, with 13,612 test results received to midnight.
Quarantine-free travel from New Zealand will be suspended until at least Thursday, prompting a rebuke from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
"I certainly shared my view that this was a situation that was well under control," she told reporters on Tuesday.
"If we are to enter into a trans-Tasman bubble we will need to give people confidence that we won't see closures at the border that happen with very short notice over incidents we believe can be well managed domestically."
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced the government's decision on Monday.
The suspension came after a woman in New Zealand tested positive for a highly contagious virus strain found in South Africa.
It is the first local case in New Zealand in more than two months.
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