After Portland's fragments of coronavirus were found in the town's wastewater, no fresh cases of the virus have been discovered.
A total of 42 tests were taken on Friday and 41 have returned with negative results, one result remains unknown. All seven tests carried out on Thursday also returned negative results.
Nine tests were completed on Saturday and a further seven on Sunday, but these results are yet to be confirmed.
Regional Victoria's path to the third step:
Portland District Health chief executive Chris Giles said it was pleasing that all results so far were negative.
"We strongly encourage our community to be vigilant and get tested even with the mildest symptoms," she said.
"Getting tested and isolating are the best ways we can ensure that any cases of the virus are contained.
"We also encourage everyone to continue following COVID-safe rules."
Monday marks the 24th straight day of no coronavirus cases in Victoria.
Portland District Health is continuing to open its drive through testing clinic seven days per week between 10am to 4 pm.
Prior to attending, call 5521 0387 to provide details to minimise waiting time.
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