Victorians have a reason to be optimistic, with another day of low case numbers recorded.
There were just 14 new cases reported in the past 24 hours.
It it the first time the state has had a daily increase below 20 since June 23.
Sadly, a further five deaths Victorians have lost their lives to the virus.
More detail on this morning's figures - including the regional Victoria-metropolitan Melbourne split - is expected later today.
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Today's update continues a run of low daily increases for the state.
Yesterday, there were just 21 new cases reported.
It followed tallies of 45 on Friday, 28 on Thursday and 42 on Wednesday.
As of Sunday morning there were just 28 active cases in regional Victoria.
Premier Daniel Andrews again thanked regional Victorians for their work in combating the virus.
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"It's a great testament to the hard work and the commitment, the perseverance of regional communities to to get these numbers down and to keep following the rules," he said.
"They are different rules, but they are still rules, and they have to be followed.
"All the reports that I'm getting from regional Victoria throughout this week as they've opened up have been very positive, but everyone has to remain vigilant."
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