Victoria has recorded 41 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
Sadly, nine people having died of coronavirus-related causes in that time.
The number follows 63 new cases on Sunday and 76 new cases on Saturday.
Meanwhile, state government has announced several changes to restrictions in regional areas.
According to a state government media release, some changes will begin from 11.59pm on Sunday, September 13.
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A major change will be for people living alone and single parents, will be able to have a bubble, allow isolated Victorians to nominate one other person to help them through this - a friend or family member that can visit them in their home.
"Up to five people will be able to gather together in outdoor public places - the park, the beach - up to a maximum of two households," the release states.
"By limiting it to two households, we're again limiting the virus's ability to spread.
Outdoor pools and playgrounds in regional Victoria will also open.
Religious services can be conducted outside with a maximum of five people, plus a faith leader.
Schools will begin a staged return to on-site learning from term four for all VCE and VCAL students, including for the General Achievement Test on October 5.
In regional Victoria, all students will return to onsite learning between October 12 and 16.
Strict stage four restrictions will continue in metropolitan Melbourne until at least September 28.
- with The Courier