Victoria has recorded 42 new corona virus infections and no deaths overnight, as the 14-day case averages in regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne continue to fall.
It is the first day without a coronavirus death in more than two months. The last day with zero deaths recorded was July 13.
Premier Daniel Andrews has announced regional Victoria will be able to progress to the next step of the restrictions roadmap from 11:59pm tomorrow. Regional Victoria will move to stage three of the restrictions roadmap from Thursday.
Mr Andrews warned people from Melbourne against travelling to regional areas “unless you absolutely need to”.
The Premier said there were now 118 Victorians with COVID-19 in hospital, down from 122 yesterday. The 118 includes 11 people in intensive care, seven of whom are on a ventilator. More than 8,800 COVID-19 tests were processed yesterday.