Victoria has recorded no new locally acquired cases of coronavirus as Melbourne emerges from a two-week lockdown.
The Health Department on Friday confirmed there were no new local cases in the state and just one new case in hotel quarantine.
It marks the first day without a local case of COVID-19 since late May, when a family tested positive for the virus and ended the state's 86-day streak without a case of community transmission.
The outbreak spread through the local government area of Whittlesea and the seaside suburb of Port Melbourne and forced Melbourne into a two-week "circuit breaker" lockdown, which ended on Friday.
Some 17,604 Victorians were tested in the 24 hours to Friday morning, while 20,752 received a coronavirus vaccine dose.
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There are 75 active cases of COVID-19 in the state, including those in hotel quarantine, down from 78 on Thursday.
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