Victoria has recorded 11 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, the fewest cases since June 16.
To date, 763 people have died from coronavirus in Victoria, with two new deaths announced since yesterday.
In Ballarat there has not been an active case for almost two weeks, while just two active case remain in the Moorabool Shire.
The 14-day rolling case average in regional Victoria has fallen to 1.6.
DHHS will provide an update of the number of coronavirus cases by local government area on Monday afternoon.
Meanwhile, the head of Premier Daniel Andrews' office will appear before an inquiry into the Victoria's bungled hotel quarantine scheme.
Chris Eccles will give evidence to the inquiry on Monday, after former Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton claimed he was the one who set up the "deal" to use private security guards in the program.
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The inquiry has heard security guards caught COVID-19 from returned travellers in hotel quarantine, leading to the state's devastating second wave of coronavirus.Hundreds of Victorians have since died from the virus, thousands are out of work and millions remain under the nation's toughest lockdown.
Counsel assisting the inquiry Rachel Ellyard said on Friday the question of whose idea it was to use private security "was and remains a vexed one".
"The evidence was, although it was somewhat controversial, that there was a preference on the part of Victoria Police that private security would be the first line of security, with Victoria Police responding as required," she said.
She said it was up to the board of inquiry to determine whether a 24/7 police presence at hotels would have made any difference to the program.
It is the inquiry's final week of public hearings, with Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions secretary Simon Phemister and Department of Health and Human Services secretary Kym Peake to appear on Tuesday.
Premier Daniel Andrews, Health Minister Jenny Mikakos, Jobs Minister Martin Pakula and Emergency Services Minister Lisa Neville will give evidence on Wednesday.
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