VICTORIA has notched up another day without new COVID-19 cases, marking the 40th day in a row without community transmission.
It comes as Prime Minister Scott Morrison blames supply issues for the failure to meet his government's vaccine rollout targets.
About 855,000 Australians had received a shot by Monday, despite a target of four million by the end of March.
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Mr Morrison has blamed the European Union for blocking supply, saying three million doses had been blocked from leaving for Australia.
But a European Commission spokesperson said it would not confirm any new decision to block vaccine exports to Australia.
Victorian health authorities received a total of 11,746 test results in the 24 hours to midnight.
One case of the virus remains active in Victoria.