Victoria has recorded another coronavirus related death, it's 19th tied to the pandemic.
The man in his 60s died in hospital taking the Australian total deaths to 102.
It was announced today that another 10 people were diagnosed, taking the state's total to 1602.
Four of the new cases were returned travellers in hotel quarantine and three were detected through community testing.
The three other infections remain under investigation.
Pleasingly, none of the cases have been linked to the Cedar Meats abattoir cluster, now connected to 111 cases - including 67 staff and 44 close contacts.
There were also no further cases at aged care facilities or the McDonald's restaurant cluster.
"It may be that (Saturday's new) cases are linked to some of these outbreaks - these results often come in quite late at night and so it does require quite a bit of investigating sometimes to link back into other outbreaks or known cases," deputy chief health officer Annaliese van Diemen said on Saturday.
Nine people are in hospital, including three people in intensive care.
Dr van Diemen said Victoria remained on track for pubs, restaurants and cafes to open to limited numbers from June 1, but decisions regarding public spaces, including playgrounds will be made when the time is right.
Schools are set to re-open for Prep to Year 2 and Year 11 and 12 students from Tuesday.
- With AAP
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