There have been no new cases of coronavirus recorded in the Northern Grampians Shire in the past 24 hours.
It comes as the South Australian government has announced changes to how freely Victorians can move to the state.
The Department of Health and Human Services reports there are no cases of the virus in any of the Ararat, Horsham, Hindmarsh, West Wimmera and Yarriambiack council areas.
The Northern Grampians last recorded a case of the virus on August 7, and has been free of COVID-19 since August 17.
On Tuesday afternoon, South Australian Premier Steven Marshall announced South Australian and Victorian cross border communities will be able to travel within a 70-kilometre radius of the border without needing a reason to do so.
The change comes into effect from Saturday.
"At the same time, South Australians returning home and Victorians moving permanently to South Australia are now able to come into South Australia, provided 14 days of quarantine on arrival is still adhered to," he said in a Facebook post.
Mr Marshall announced the cross-border community area would extend from 40 to 70 kilometres in either direction on October 6.
West Wimmera Shire council last recorded an active case of coronavirus on August 5, and there have been none in the border council since August 20.
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