Victoria has recorded 303 new cases of coronavirus and four deaths since yesterday.
It's a drop from yesterday's figures of 372 cases and 14 deaths.
The total number of cases across the state now stand at 16,537 and total number of deaths is 293.
Of the 16,537 cases, 7877 remain active.
Premier Daniel Andrews said that there were 484 active cases in regional areas under a stage 3 lockdown.
He said the numbers were down on where they were four or five days ago when the peak was about 512.
However, he said there had been some growth in the larger regional cities.
Victoria's chief health officer Brett Sutton said the number of new cases were trending down and case numbers were stabilising.
He said the actions that people had taken in recent weeks were showing up in numbers now.
"People should have hope and confidence that the things that we know work are now manifesting in our daily counts," he said.
He said while the number of cases in aged care and health workers were stabilising, it was still "far too much".
Within Victoria, 87 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 285 are under investigation.
The number of active cases in south-west Victoria is set to be released later today.
Yesterday, Warrnambool's active cases were back to zero after a previous positive cases was taken off the active list and then put back on on Thursday when they retested positive.
On Friday it was removed again.
That sparked a number of south-west residents to sound the alarm on confusing and contradictory messaging from health services handling the coronavirus pandemic.
Portland also recorded one new case yesterday.
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