Ballarat's COVID-19 numbers have remained steady throughout the long weekend.
It has been three weeks since a positive case was confirmed in the city.
On May 28 a new case was reported, however the health department soon backtracked the next day saying it was actually not in Ballarat.
Ballarat has had 11 cases in total, while the Hepburn Shire has had two, Moorabool three and Golden Plains one.
Four new coronavirus cases were reported in Victoria yesterday.
This comes after zero new cases the day before.
Victoria has 1685 cases, while 19 people have died from the virus. 70 cases are currently active.
There have been 177 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Victoria that have been acquired through unknown transmission.
Currently six people are in hospital, including two patients in intensive care. 1593 people have recovered.
Of the total 1685 cases, there have been 1398 in metropolitan Melbourne and 235 in regional Victoria. Several cases remain under investigation. The total number of cases includes 893 men and 792 women. More than 542,000 tests have been processed to date.
Of yesterday's new cases, one is a household contact linked to an outbreak last month at Fawkner McDonald's. The other three cases are returned travelers in hotel quarantine.
"Our low rate of community transmission means we have been able to ease some restrictions in time for the long weekend, but it's still important to stay safe," Victoria's Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton said.
"Although it's tempting to rush out or have your friends over or head out to a cafe, it is important that we all still use common sense.
"That means continuing to maintain physical distance from others, practice good hygiene - wash your hands regularly and cough and sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, avoid crowds, be cautious and if you're unwell stay home and get tested.
"This particularly applies to people in the west and north of Melbourne where we have recorded most of recent cases.
"This indicates there is on-going community transmission in these areas, and although it appears to be at low levels.
"While our testing message applies to all Victorians, it is especially relevant to residents in the north and west.
"Our clear advice was not to attend yesterday's protest as thousands of people flooding the city was a risk. If you attended and go on to develop any symptoms no matter how mild - it is critically important that you go and get tested."
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