Victoria has recorded 35 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
Seven have died of coronavirus-related causes in that time.
It comes after 41 cases and seven deaths were recorded on Sunday and 37 cases and six deaths were recorded on Saturday.
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Meanwhile, the North East moved to step two of Mr Andrews road map out of restrictions from midnight Sunday.
Melbourne is taking its first tentative steps towards emerging from lockdown after the overnight easing of some COVID-19 restrictions.
From Monday, people living alone or single parents will be allowed to have one other visitor as part of a "social bubble".
Outdoor exercise is extended to two hours split over a maximum of two sessions, allowing social interaction with one other person or household members.
Playgrounds and outdoor fitness equipment will reopen and the nightly curfew will start an hour later at 9pm before finishing at 5am.
The 14-day case average for Melbourne sits at 56.9, inching closer to the sub-50 target.
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