Premier Daniel Andrews says Victoria remains “well placed” to further lift coronavirus restrictions this week, after recording no new cases of COVID-19 for a fourth straight day.
Victoria processed 17,270 test results on Monday. One person with COVID-19 remains in hospital, but they are not in intensive care.
Victoria has not received any international passengers for more than a week after “pausing” the intake indefinitely ahead of a snap five-day lockdown which began on Friday, February 12.
The lockdown lifted on Thursday, with tighter rules on gatherings and mask-wearing set to stay until this Friday.
The lockdown was prompted by fears the more infectious UK strain of the virus may be circulating in the community after an outbreak…