Victoria has recorded 2 new locally acquired coronavirus cases in the 24 hours to midnight Monday.
The two locally acquired cases are linked to the current outbreaks.
The new COVID-19 cases take the state's active case tally to 92, down from 94 a day earlier.
One new case was found in hotel quarantine.
On Monday more than 21,000 vaccine doses were administered and 22,814 COVID-19 test results were received.
As Victorian case numbers continue to grow, the whole country is set to see a huge push in coronavirus vaccinations.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration will release another 800,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week.
In the past nine days one million vaccine doses were administered across the country, taking Australian number of COVID-19 vaccinations past five million.
It comes as the state government announced on Monday a $30 million support package for vulnerable Victorians.
Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Luke Donnellan said $4.5 million would go towards emergency food relief, such as foodbanks, student supermarkets and outreach services.
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