There are 28 active cases of coronavirus in the Colac Otway Shire.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services there are 18 active cases linked to Bulla Dairy Foods in Colac and seven active cases linked to Wydinia Kindergarten in Colac.
Yesterday Bulla Dairy Foods chief executive Allan Hood has slammed the Department of Health and Human Services' reporting of coronavirus cases in Colac, saying he has been left in the dark about infections linked to his own company.
There remains one active case in Warrnambool.
Regional Victoria remains on track to lift restrictions by the middle of the week and beauty services can open earlier.
Premier Daniel Andrews said regional Victoria could move two steps by mid week.
At his daily press conference Mr Andrews said there had been no new cases of coronavirus in regional cases since Friday.
He said he wanted to congratulate and thank every single person in regional Victoria for their hard work and who were making enormous sacrifices.
Mr Andrews said regional Victoria showed that the second wave could be defeated.
He said after further considerations beauty and personal services could potentially be able to open up in regional Victoria by mid week.
In the state government road map beauty services were listed to be one of the last services to re-open.
Mr Andrews said where a mask can be worn by clients beauty services will be able to be done.
He said services including face tattoos, piercing and facials cannot be done.
On Monday Miss Kit owner Jodi Leahy told The Standard she was devastated that she wouldn't be able to open her business before November.
Mr Andrews said there had been 37 cases since Friday and six people had tragically died.
He said all six deaths were linked to aged care.
Mr Andrews said there were 126 people in hospital with coronavirus, with nine people in intensive care and six of those people on ventilators.
He said there had been more than 2.4 million tests and he encouraged people to continue to get tested as soon as symptoms appeared. He said if people couldn't get to testing sites they could be tested at home.
THERE were six deaths in Victoria due to coronavirus in the past 24 hours according to the state government.
The Department of Health and Human Services released the latest data on Saturday morning with 37 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
On Friday there were 43 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, eight fewer than on Thursday.
Colac had recorded four new cases by Friday bringing cases in Colac-Otway Shire to 33.
Regional Victoria's daily case average was 4.7 on Friday and 65.3 in metropolitan Melbourne.
"Regional Victoria is poised to take at least a step and possibly two steps, we'll have more to say about that next week," Premier Daniel Andrews said on Friday.
Regional Victoria's path to the third step:
"Colac is a very clear sign that team is working hard and delivering very good results.
"To pull that up at 25 to 30 cases when there could have been so many more is a real testament."
You can see the full regional government plan here:
More information will be released later today by the government.
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