VICTORIA has recorded its 26th consecutive day of zero COVID-19 cases and zero deaths.
Department of Health and Human Services data showed there were no active coronavirus cases in the state on Wednesday.
There were 16,409 people who were tested for the virus on Tuesday.
Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed the final active case was cleared from the virus and discharged from hospital on Monday.
It was expected the Queensland government on Wednesday would announce when its borders would reopen to Victorians.
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