Victoria has recorded zero new COVID-19 cases in a 24-hour period for the first time in more than three weeks.
The latest figures released by the health department showed it was the first time Victoria did not record any new cases since July 11.
The zero day was detected from 30,117 test results processed on Tuesday.
There are now 99 active cases of coronavirus in the state, including those in hotel quarantine.
Vaccination rates in the Wimmera remain on par with much of the nation as the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination program continues.
New data released by the Federal government this week shows that only 19.2 per cent of people aged 15 and over in the Northwest region are fully vaccinated.
In comparison, both the Bendigo and Geelong regions have over 25 per cent of people aged 15 and over fully vaccinated, while six other areas have over 20 per cent.
However, 45.7 per cent have received at least one dose, ahead of parts of Melbourne and roughly comparable with Shepperton (46 per cent), Ballarat (48.1 per cent) and the Latrobe Valley in Gippsland (48.8 per cent).
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Meanwhile, Victoria's lowest double dose rate is in Melbourne's northwest.
It climbs to 16 per cent and 16.5 per cent in the city's southeast and west, respectively.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday told reporters there was strong demand for the vaccine.
The head of the country's vaccine task force, Lieutenant General John Frewen, said they were trying to ensure more uniform rates across states and territories.
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