It has been 23 days since Victoria last recorded a locally acquired coronavirus case.
The Department of Health and Human Services' daily update once again revealed no locally or interstate acquired COVID-19 cases, as 15,546 test results were received to midnight.
There are 27 active coronavirus cases in Victoria, while one new case was detected in an overseas arrival, which is being managed in the state's hotel quarantine system.
The federal government has released plans to roll out vaccinations across Australia, with the first stage aimed at frontline health care workers, aged and disability care staff and residents, and quarantine and border workers.
The second stage will target people over 70, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, younger adults with underlying medical conditions and critical and high risk workers.
Thirty to fifty hubs will be established in hospitals across the nation for delivery of the Pfizer vaccine to priority populations.
They will be a distribution hub for the priority groups.
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