Victoria recorded 61 new cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to midnight, the majority of which were in the community while infectious.
Just 22 of the 61 new cases were in isolation while they were infectious, with 39 active in the community.
48 of the cases are linked to known outbreaks, 13 are mystery cases.
The Department of Health said an additional 16 local cases had been recorded on a rapid PCR testing platform and would be reported in tomorrow's numbers.
Across the border Murrumbidgee Local Health District has revealed a Lachlan Shire resident has tested positive to COVID-19.
The woman visited locations in Lake Cargellico and Hillston while infectious on Monday.
MLHD requests anyone who was at the locations of concern listed below during these times to come forward for testing:
Yesterday, Goulburn Valley Health revealed 17 people in Shepparton tested positive to COVID-19.
The origin of the infectious in the community is still unknown.
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Chief executive Matt Sharp said more positive cases were likely in coming days.
A Wodonga business had to send staff home yesterday after a casual contact from Shepparton attended the premises.
During his morning press conference yesterday, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews would not rule out a return to lockdown in regional Victoria.
Cabinet met late last night to discuss changes to restrictions, including lockdown, and an announcement is expected today.
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