Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed has been 439 new cases of coronavirus recorded overnight, taking the state's total to 12,335.
Currently 456 people are in hospital with 38 in intensive care
There has been a total of 1,697,953 tests conducted with around 21,000 completed yesterday.
Victoria has recorded 11 deaths overnight - all of these were linked to outbreaks in aged care facilities.
To date, 147 people have died from coronavirus across the state since the beginning of the pandemic.
The Premier has also introduced the largest on-the-spot fine in Victoria.
Currently, there is a $1652 on the spot fine if you breach directions of chief health officer and $200 for not wearing a mask.
Mr Andrews has introduced a new $4957 on the spot fine for those who breach isolation orders. This is the largest fine "on the books" in Victoria.
"We want people to be where they are supposed to be because that is how we will all get past this," Mr Andrews said.
A repeat of coronavirus breaches may lead to an appearance in the Magistrates Court and a $20,000 fine.
- Portland police in isolation, new cases not linked to existing outbreak
- Portland hospital chief warns residents to be vigilant as new cases could indicate community transmission
- The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed one active coronavirus case in Moyne Shire
- South-west Victorian man in his 50s dies from COVID-19
The Australian Defence Force together with authorised Department of Health and Human Services officers have conducted more than 3,000 door knocks across the state and in more than 800 of those instances, the person who tested positive was not home.
There will be no exercise permitted for those who have tested positive.
More that 500 additional ADF officers and 300 DHHS officers will come to Melbourne for door knocks.
These door knocks ensure coronavirus regulations compliance and information and support for those who are isolating.
For those who need to travel for work, there will be a Working Permit introduced.
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