Coronavirus cases rose to 78 in Colac on Friday while Glenelg Shire cases were unchanged from Thursday's 13.
The Department of Health and Human Services' daily local government area update showed Colac Otway Shire's cases had risen from 76 to 78.
68 of those cases have been linked to the Australian Lamb Company COVID-19 cluster in the city.
There are no cases in Moyne or Corangamite and there remains one case in Warrnambool.
It comes as Victoria recorded 627 new cases of coronavirus on Friday.
Eight people died, including a man in his 50s from Portland.
The total number of deaths in Victoria stands at 112.
Across the state there are 349 people in hospital including 37 in intensive care units.
The total number of cases linked to aged care outbreaks was 928.
The transmission of coronavirus through the Portland community paints a stark picture of just how contagious COVID-19 is and how it spreads.
The death of a Portland man in his 50s on Thursday shocked the region.
Portland District Health chief executive officer Christine Giles confirmed that patient one came from Melbourne to care for her elderly mother, who lives in Portland. Click here to read how the case has spread.
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