Just one new coronavirus case has been recorded in Victoria overnight.
"There were 2700 tests that were completed over the last 24 hours with just one positive result," Premier Daniel Andrews said on Friday.
"That, I think, gives you a really clear indication that this strategy is working."
This follows the confirmation of just two positive cases on Thursday.
Ballarat's cases remain at 10, where they have been for two weeks.
However, their condition is not yet known as it has not been released by Ballarat Base Hospital nor the health department.
It means there are now 1302 COVID-19 cases in Victoria.
Victoria has recently upgraded its testing regime, meaning anybody with symptoms is able to be tested for the virus.
There are 32 coronavirus patients in hospital, including 13 in intensive care.
Amid the improving infection rate, the state government announced a $261 million training package to help Tafe and training schools deliver online education.
Victoria remains in stage three lockdown to contain the pandemic's spread, with people urged to stay at home, unless it's essential to leave.
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