Stawell and Ararat Police intercepted a vehicle on Friday night and issues two fines relating to breaches of the orders from the Chief Health Officer.
The vehicle was intercepted in Armstrong at about 7.30pm.
Two males in their 20s were issued with fines of more than $1600 while on their way to visit another person.
A police spokesperson said there was an increase in the amount of phone calls coming in through the Police Assistance Line and 000.
"These calls are in relation to people within the community breaching these conditions," they said.
"The community are obviously aware and are being a lot more vigilant in notifying the police.
"We would like to thank the community for their assistance in what they are doing as well.
"We encourage people to keep it up and keep reporting this sort of thing so we can keep our community safe."
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