Only one new case of coronavirus was recorded across Victoria overnight, bringing the state's total to 148 active cases and the total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic to 20,317.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed no deaths had been recorded in the past 24 hours but a total of 816 people have died from coronavirus in the state.
There were no new cases recorded in regional Victoria overnight as the region's total remains at seven active cases; four in Mitchell Shire and three in Greater Shepparton.
The 14 day rolling average for regional Victoria sits at 0.5 with no new cases with an unknown source recorded.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said the new case was linked to a known case in Hoppers Crossing.
Metropolitan Melbourne's rolling average is 8.1 with 17 cases with an unknown source active.
"These numbers today are a credit to every single Victorian," Mr Andrews said.
"Tomorrow we'll make announcements about easing, we'll also give people a clear sense of what the following weekend and the weekend after that look like.
"There will be easing tomorrow and it is a credit to the hard work, sacrifice and the fact that Victorians have found it within themselves to be as stubborn as this virus.
"That's why we've gone from 725 cases to one case and that's what makes opening up possible but this is not over. We have to do this in a safe and steady way."
There are 13 Victorians in hospital but there is no one in intensive care.
There were 18,934 results received in the past 24 hours bringing the total to 2,925,810 since the beginning of the pandemic.
There are 11 active cases of health care workers and 13 cases in residential aged care.
Mr Andrews expressed his disappointment in the 17 New Zealanders allowed to enter Melbourne on a domestic flight at about 5.30pm on Friday.
The Premier said the New Zealanders were allowed to board a plane to Melbourne from Sydney and his office had not received the visitor cards of the travellers from Australian Border Force.
"It is not appropriate to be having a freedom of movement from another country when people in Victoria can't move around their own state," he said.
"We might, in fact we'd like to join that bubble, at an appropriate time."
Mr Andrews expects they will receive the visitors cards before the end of the day and the travellers will be visited by Department of Health officials.
There are more flights between New Zealand and Australia scheduled on Sunday under the two countries travel bubble and Mr Andrews said he does not want a repeat of Friday's incident.
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