Health Minister Martin Foley said there has been an 'increasing relaxation' of the NSW-Victorian border arrangements.
He said the border bubble has grown and all non-lockdown areas of NSW are now orange zone.
"We want to make sure that as soon as we can possibly do so that we align the conditions across both of the major states," he said.
"We think that's an important measure for both states to aspire to and we'll have more to say about that as conditions continue to change."
Victorians of any age can now get Pfizer and Moderna vaccines from state clinics.
Previously the vaccinations were only offered to residents under 60 years old.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the state was launching a new vaccination campaign to remind people their ticket to freedom was getting vaccinated.
Victoria has recorded 1612 new COVID cases and eight deaths.
In the 24 hours to midnight yesterday 34,279 vaccines were administered and 73,138 tests received.
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