Victoria has recorded 12 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
Two people died of coronavirus-related causes in that time.
Yesterday DHHS said 15 new cases were recorded and five deaths.
On Tuesday, 28 new cases were recorded and three deaths. On Monday, 11 cases were recorded and two deaths, on Sunday 14 new cases were recorded and five deaths, while on Saturday 21 cases were recorded and seven deaths.
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It comes as NSW prepares to amend its public health orders to include the agricultural workers code and ensure an upcoming bumper harvest in the state can come to fruition.
Agricultural workers travelling between NSW and Victoria will need a permit and relevant identification and will be required to use PPE as appropriate.
Travelling workers will also need to keep records of their movements and agricultural employers need to support workers to perform self-isolation in the first 14 days after entry into NSW and have COVID-safe plans.