There are 87 active cases of coronavirus in Victoria with zero new cases recorded today.
The last time the state reported two consecutive days of zero cases was March 5 and 6.
There are five Victorians in hospital.
A total of 3,081,980 test results have been received since the beginning of the pandemic, 15,479 since yesterday.
"Even though we got zero cases, yesterday, today, if we're to stay on top of that, then people need to get tested as soon as they get those symptoms because with no flu, hardly any cough and cold across the state, if you've got symptoms there's every chance you've got this virus," Premier Daniel Andrews said.
"What we, all of us as Victorians, have built is a precious thing, but it is fragile.
"We will be able to find a COVID-normal but we will all have to play our part in that and arguably there's nothing more important than going and getting tested when you got even the mildest of symptoms.
"We also can't assume that there's a vaccine turning up next week or that it's over because we desperately want it to be. It isn't. It's going to be with us for quite some time."
There are seven healthcare workers who are active cases.
The rolling average to 26 October is metro 2.8, and regional Victoria just 0.2.
There are six mystery cases and they are all in metropolitan Melbourne.
The metro-regional split is 85 and two in regional Victoria, and those two are from the Greater Shepparton area.
There are just four active cases linked to residential aged care settings.
Mr Andrews emphasised homes are "the most dangerous place for the spread of this virus" because it is an unregulated space where people let their guard down and there is no industrial-scale cleaning.
People are being asked to keep a record of who visits their house and when, and to wear masks when visiting households where possible.
"I know it's not a nice thing to say or a nice thing for anyone to acknowledge but the place where you feel safest, your home, is actually the most dangerous environment for the spread of this virus," he said.
"That's why there has to be rules and if we all follow those rules then we keep each other safe, we be able to see the people we missed the most and loved the most but do it in a COVID-safe way."
The November 9 date and subsequent changes will not be brought forward due to the 14 day lifecycle of the virus.
Further restrictions to ease in regional Victoria tonight
Gyms will reopen in regional Victoria this week and more people will be allowed at religious gatherings and outdoor funerals, premier Daniel Andrews has announced.
From 11:59pm on Tuesday gyms and fitness studios in regional Victoria will be back open with a maximum of 20 people allowed.
Indoor sport for 18 and under will also return, while indoor pools will reopen with up to 20 people able to use the pool at the time.
Indoor faith gatherings will go ahead with 20 people and one faith leader, and outdoor gatherings can have 50 people.
Outdoor funerals will be allowed 50 people.
Food courts can open. Live music can resume as part of outdoor hospitality while school graduations can be held within school communities.
There will also be a number of changes for businesses in regional areas.
Tourism companies will be able to use tour vehicles provided the trips are under 30 minutes long.
Larger vehicles will also be allowed to be used with a limit of 10 people.
Construction sites will no longer have a worker cap but COVIDSafe plans will be needed for on-site work.
Masks will remain in place in regional Victoria for the foreseeable future.
"This is one of those trade-offs. If we're going to have that ring of steel gone on the eighth, and we're going to have people travelling into regional Victoria and vice versa, and that's critical for tourism and lots of reasons. Masks need to be with us across the whole state for some time to come.
"I know it's frustrating. I know that no-one particularly enjoys wearing a mask.
"We'll be wearing masks until at least the end of the year, and into next year."
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