VICTORIA recorded 11 new locally-acquired COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours to midnight on Sunday.
Two of these cases were first revealed by health authorities on Sunday but had not yet been included in daily tallies.
There were no new cases in hotel quarantine.
It brings the state's total number of active cases to 94.
It has not yet been revealed where the new cases occurred.
The government is expected to release further information later on Monday.
On Sunday 17,719 vaccine doses were administered and 24,295 COVID-19 test results were received.
The two new cases originally announced on Sunday were linked to a Melbourne nursing home worker and a resident.
"All care staff at the facility are required to wear full PPE and submit to regular testing, which is how the staff case was detected," the Health Department said in statement on Sunday.
"The staff member had not worked at other facilities."
Federal health minister Greg Hunt says more than 772,000 people had received a vaccine in six record-busting days, including 88,000 on Saturday.
"This means that over 5 million vaccines have now been delivered in Australia," he told reporters on Sunday afternoon.
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