The Northern Grampians' run without any new COVID-19 cases has continued.
DHHS figures released this afternoon show there is still one active case in the local government area.
There are no active cases in Ararat.
There has been no change for Horsham - where three active cases remain. It follows yesterday's good news that a Horsham resident had recovered from the virus.
There are two active cases in West Wimmera.
IN OTHER NEWS TODAY:
A man in his 20s was among the 14 Victorians who lost their lives to COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
Included in the deaths were three women and two men in their 80s, and four women and four men in their 90s.
Twelve of those 14 deaths are linked to aged care outbreaks - taking the total death toll to 289.
There were 372 new cases of coronavirus confirmed today, bringing the total number of active to 7842.
492 active cases are in regional Victoria.
There are 659 Victorians in hospital, 41 of those who are in intensive care, including 26 on a ventilator.
There were 51 new "mystery cases" in today's figures - taking the total to 3,119 cases where the source of infection is not known.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said around 13 per cent of regional Victoria cases were "mystery cases."
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