Victoria has recorded 42 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
No-one died of coronavirus-related causes in that time.
It comes after 35 new cases and seven deaths were recorded on Monday, 41 cases and seven deaths were recorded on Sunday and 37 cases and six deaths were recorded on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Premier Daniel Andrews has flagged regional Victoria may move to the "third step" of its roadmap plan as early as this week.
That step, allowing people to leave their homes without restrictions and hospitality businesses to reopen, is triggered if its 14-day average remains below five and no "mystery" cases are recorded.
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Victoria reported seven deaths and 35 new cases on Monday, with none of the infections coming from regional areas.
It dropped regional Victoria's rolling 14-day infection average to 3.9, while its fortnightly "mystery" case number stands at three.
Barring an uptick in new cases in the 24 hours to Tuesday, Mr Andrews said people could still expect an announcement.
"There won't be a lot of notice," he told reporters on Monday.
"That is preferable in making people wait for another week or so.
"Hopefully we can have very good news for regional Victoria tomorrow."
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- with AAP