Victoria has recorded two new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the Department of Health and Human Services' website.
Tuesday's case numbers have halved compared to Monday, where four cases were recorded.
The 14-day rolling average number of regional cases is 0.5, while the metropolitan Melbourne average is 7.2.
There are seven active coronavirus cases in regional Victoria, with four cases in Mitchell Shire and three in Greater Shepparton.
Last week, a Department of Health and Human Services spokesman announced it would step up wastewater and surveillance testing in the Wimmera and across regional Victoria.
In a statement, the DHHS said: "Wastewater testing in Horsham commenced last week and results are pending confirmation early this week.
"There have been no positive tests uncovered using surveillance testing yet at Nhill, Stawell and Ararat abattoirs."
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