Sadly, Victoria's death toll is climbing, with the state recording 21 more coronavirus-related deaths today.
This marks the deadliest day of the pandemic so far, after 19 deaths were recorded on both Monday and Tuesday.
Health authorities have reported 410 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures released by the DHHS via Twitter.
Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to address the media later this morning, where he will shed more light on today's figures.
IN OTHER NEWS:
No new cases of coronavirus were reported in the Northern Grampians yesterday.
One active case remains in the local government area.
An active case also remains in Ararat.
Meanwhile, an active coronavirus case was added back to Horsham, with localised DHHS figures showing there were four active cases in the local government area.
On Monday, there were three reported active cases.
The total number of cases - 11 - didn't change, suggesting an active case was incorrectly removed yesterday. The total number of cases includes people who have recovered from the virus.
It is not uncommon for DHHS to re-classify cases, whether due to an incorrect test result or an administrative error
Two active cases remain in West Wimmera.
No active cases have been reported in the Hindmarsh or Yarriambiack shires.