There have been no new cases of locally-transmitted coronavirus in Victoria over the past 24 hours.
But Victoria has seen four new COVID-19 cases from overseas passengers in hotel quarantine.
The latest Department of Health and Human Services numbers come after 13,973 Victorians received a tested result yesterday.
Victorians are required to keep a face mask on them when leaving home, but they no longer have to wear them in all indoor settings.
Masks are mandatory when: using public transport; using ride share services and taxis; inside shopping centres and retail stores; in indoor markets; on domestic flights; at airports; and in hospitals.
The rules changed at 11.59pm last night.
From today, private sector offices will also be able to have 50 per cent of their staff working from the office.
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