Victoria has recorded 26 new local COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours up until midnight on Wednesday.
In total, there were 14,230 vaccines administered yesterday and 43,674 tests returned.
More information about the cases will be revealed later today.
As of yesterday, there had still not been a case in the Wimmera and the nearest exposure site remains the Nhill service station.
It is not yet known how many were infectious in the community.
The current lockdown is scheduled to end at 11.59pm on Tuesday, July 27.
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Meanwhile, Victoria would be facing a "world of hurt" in coming weeks if authorities had not immediately locked down the state, Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says.
Professor Sutton says he suspects the state would already be dealing with 200 to 300 cases if it had not entered lockdown a week ago, citing the highly infectious nature of the Delta variant.
"It is a variant that takes off from dozens to thousands of cases within just a matter of weeks," he told reporters on Wednesday.
"If we'd locked down today, instead of when we did, we would get thousands of cases in the next couple of weeks. We'd be in a world of hurt ... over coming weeks if we hadn't done what we've done."
See the exposure sites here.
Prof Sutton said he believed community transmission had peaked but expected more household cases to emerge.
He also warned the number of people in intensive care could grow, given the severity of the delta variant.
Some 18,000 primary close contacts are self-isolating across the state, while the number of exposure sites has grown to more than 380.
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