A reporter asked Mr Andrews whether there would be any hope of regional Victorian's seeing eased restrictions.
Mr Andrews said he would take the best advice from the chief health officer.
"If there are things we can ease in regional Victoria, if there are decision we can make that return some freedoms to people, whether they be in regional Victoria or across the state, then of course we would follow that advice," he said.
"I wish I had a warehouse full of vaccines, because it wouldn't be full for long, we'd get it into people's arms as fast as possible.
"But we can't pretend that things are different, these are the realities that we face and they're very challenging."
Premier Daniel Andrews said the lockdown was "bloody tough" and "incredibly difficult".
"But if you look at what's happening in Sydney, you could let this off, you could make decisions that were not backed up by health advice and we would not have 93 cases today we would thousands of cases," he said.
"With Delta, it's barely a fair fight.
"We don't have enough vaccine and we don't have enough people vaccinated already.
"That will change September, October, November, we have options that other parts of our country do not have, because these numbers are relatively low, they're still too high to open up, but we've got to make some changes."
Mr Weimar said the age profile of the positive cases was young.
"We have 300 people under the age of 20 in our 773 active cases," he said.
"171 people under the age of 10, and 131 in their teens between 10 and 19.
"Similarly we have 300 people between the ages 20 and 39."
Victorian COVID-19 response commander Jeroen Weimar said of the cases announced today, one was in hotel quarantine.
He said there were 773 active cases in community, 44 in hospital, 13 in intensive care units and nine on ventilator.
"We send our very best wishes to everyone recovering from coronavirus," he said.
Mr Weimar said nine of the cases were connected to the Shepparton outbreak.
Premier Daniel Andrews said of the 800 active cases 500 of them were in Melbourne's north and west.
"The numbers don't lie," he said.
"That is where the cases are and that is where the extra effort has to be.
"So everybody has got to follow all the rules, all the time."
Victorian COVID-19 response commander Jeroen Weimar said the Shepparton outbreak was at 94 cases in total, across 37 households.
He said 23,000 tests had been conducted, including 1300 yesterday.
Two schools had been downgraded to tier two exposure sites, releasing 1000 people from being primary close contacts.
Mr Weimar said 500 Goulbourn Valley Health staff had been furloughed.
He thanked the Red Cross for providing 600 food and essential parcels in the area.
"They are doing the most fantastic job," he said.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said there are too many COVID-19 cases to consider ending the state lockdown this week.
"With almost 100 cases today, where many of them remain mysteries, many of them were out in the community during their infectious period, it is not going to be possible for us to open up our Victorian community in just a couple of days' time," he said.
"We will get advice in coming days and a decision will be made soon then after."
The 92 cases uncovered on Saturday came from more than 50,000 tests and take the number of active Victorian cases to 778.
The Victorian Department of Health has not outlined the number of these new cases out in the community while infectious.
Meanwhile, an outbreak in Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley region on Saturday grew to at least 85 COVID-19 cases.
The outbreak has also spread to Echuca, after an aged care worker at the Wharparilla Lodge was infected by her partner.
Most of the 88 residents at the home have had both doses of the COVID-19 jab, while about 40 staff have been furloughed.
Australian Associated Press
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