Victoria has recorded 627 new cases of coronavirus and eight people have died, including a man in his 50s from Portland.
It was also a slight decrease on the 723 cases recorded on Thursday.
Premier Daniel Andrews made the announcement at a press conference on Friday.
The total number of deaths is 112.
349 people are in hospital, with 37 of those in intensive care
The total number of cases linked to the aged care outbreaks was 928.
Further statistics for each region of Victoria will be given later today.
Coronavirus cases in Colac increased to 76 on Thursday and there is 13 in Glenelg Shire.
There is one new case listed in Corangamite.
There remains one in Warrnambool.
Regional Victorians are required to wear a mask when leaving their homes from Sunday, 11.59pm.
South-west residents will be hit with a $200 fine if caught not wearing a mask or facial covering in public from Monday.
The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed a man from Portland had passed away.
"We regretfully confirm that today we were made aware of the passing of a Portland man in his 50s, from coronavirus," the department told The Standard in a statement on Thursday night.
"We pass on our condolences to his family and friends."
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