Victoria has seen four new COVID-19 cases overnight - two locally acquired and two in hotel quarantine.
The two locally acquired cases are close household contacts of a previously confirmed case linked to the Holiday Inn outbreak.
The new cases take the state's tally of active cases to 25.
Yesterday, 23,950 test results were received.
Overnight, the Department of Health listed two new exposure sites in Broadmeadows.
Sacca's Fruit World in Broadmeadows Central is listed as Tier 1 exposure site. Anyone who visited there between 12.30pm and 1pm o February 9 must isolate, test and remain isolated for 14 days.
The fresh fruit and meat section on the west side of Broadmeadows Central shopping centre is listed as a Tier 3 exposure site. Anyone who visited here between 12.15pm and 1.15pm on February 9 should monitor for symptoms.
On Tuesday, premier Daniel Andrews said it was too early to confirm the lockdown would finish on Wednesday night.
"It's too early for a definitive prediction on Wednesday evening. It will become more clear today, tomorrow and Wednesday morning," Mr Andrews said.
"As soon as we can possibly give Victorians some news, one way or the other, we will. You want the most contemporary picture.
"I'm able to say these numbers are pleasing, you never want positive cases, but we are well placed."
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