Another 392 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Victoria and announced this morning.
Department of Health data released on Sunday showed of new local cases, 107 have so far been linked to known cases and outbreaks.
The new cases take the state's active case tally to 3112.
There were also 36,534 coronavirus vaccinations administered and 48,063 test results received.
On Sunday those new exposure site include the Farmhouse Bakery in North Geelong, Caltex Woolworths in Waurn Ponds and Hooley Dooley at the Waurn Ponds shopping centre.
Those sites are added to what was already on the list - including Geelong Premix Concrete in Moolap and Grovedale.
It looks like the V/Line train network - including the Warrnambool to Melbourne line - has been effectively shut down after four cases among staff.
Buses are reported to be replacing all trains with around 100 drivers and 70 conductors in isolation.
That was sparked after a Gippsland-based driver tested positive late last week and had been to the V/Line depot.
There were 10 new coronavirus cases recorded in regional Victoria on Saturday, including single cases in Daylesford and Cohuna and five in Geelong linked to one family.
Many of the cases were linked to essential workers, particularly those employed at Melbourne construction sites.
Three exposure sites were listed in Daylesford as a result of the new case.
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