Victoria has recorded a ninth straight day of no locally-acquired coronavirus cases.
There were no new cases in the state in the past 24 hours including no new cases in hotel quarantine.
Data from the Department of Health also shows Victoria now has just five active cases of coronavirus.
On Saturday, 11,024 Victorians received test results.
On Friday, Department of Health secretary Brendan Murphy said Australian-made AstraZeneca vaccines are weeks away from being available.
They will eventually be made available to Australian GP clinics.
"People can go to get their vaccines as close to their home as possible," he told reporters in Sydney on Friday.
"This is again a huge logistical exercise."
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