Victoria has returned to "doughnut days" with no new local coronavirus cases reported on Wednesday morning and none acquired overseas.
The Department of Health and Human Services said 17,612 vaccine doses were administered the previous day and 30,117 test results received.
Victoria now has 99 active COVID-19 cases.
Member for Benambra Bill Tilley said the tightening of border travel rules would turn "good people into law breakers" when the closest cases of COVID-19 to the border were in Melbourne rather than Sydney.
"This is the greatest act of political bastardry any government can place on its citizens," Mr Tilley said.
"The nearest cases to us are not in Sydney, they are in Melbourne, Richmond to be precise, but do you think Daniel Andrews is stopping them going into Hawthorn?"
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Queensland is bracing for more COVID-19 cases as health authorities work to determine if an infection in North Queensland poses a risk to the community.
The cluster based in Brisbane's west has risen to 47 cases, with 16 new infections announced on Tuesday.
The quick spreading Delta has seen Prime Minister Scott Morrison changing tune from lauding NSW's insistence on staying open and managing COVID-19 with testing and tracing to saying hard and fast lockdowns were the order of the day.
"It is indeed true that for a very long period of time in NSW, they were able to manage cases as they arose by not having to go into lengthy and extraordinary lockdowns," Mr Morrison said in Question Time.
"But the virus writes the rules."
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With Greater Sydney and surrounds approaching six weeks of lockdown and daily infections remaining stubbornly high, the NSW government is now looking to vaccination as a way out of the outbreak.
And the debate around incentives to get vaccinated continues on.
Morrison and state and territory leaders have set a vaccination rate target of 80 per cent before harsh restrictions will be a thing of the past.
But scientists and political leaders are at odds as to how this can be achieved.
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