Victoria has recorded 11 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, the lowest daily case tally in months.
Two people died of coronavirus-related causes in that time.
Yesterday, 14 new cases were recorded and five deaths, while on Saturday 21 cases were recorded and seven deaths.
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Meanwhile, Premier Daniel Andrews declared yesterday's result a "cause for great optimism and positivity right across metropolitan Melbourne".
"That is proof positive beyond any question that this strategy is working," he said on Sunday.
It pushed Melbourne's 14-day average down to 36.2, well below the city's target of 50 to lift some virus restrictions later this month.
Mr Andrews said the path towards easing rules would be constantly reviewed, but he's standing by his "safe and steady" approach.
"There's no good opening up too early. There's no good letting our frustrations get the better of us," he said.
"All that will mean is that everything metropolitan Melbourne has given, everything that everyone has done to produce these low, but still not low enough, numbers will count for nothing."