Victoria has recorded 50 new cases of COVID-19, of which only 11 were in isolation throughout their infectious period.
40 of the new cases are linked to known outbreaks and 10 mystery cases are under investigation.
More than 29,800 vaccines were delivered in the 24 hours to midnight yesterday, and more than 48,400 tests were received.
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The Shepparton cluster grew to 36 cases yesterday. It is not yet known how many of the state's 50 new cases are linked to the outbreak.
It comes as police revealed they were looking into reports of a large funeral held in the town.
"Ultimately the thing that will make a difference in bringing these numbers down further is compliance with these current rules and I know it's incredibly difficult," the Premier said.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said everyone was going through "the roller-coaster ride of emotions" as case numbers went up and down, but residents should focus instead on the number of vaccinations.
"Every state is going to have to learn to live with COVID," she said.
"... You can't keep delta out forever."
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