Victoria's run of days with no a locally-acquired coronavirus cases is now at 17.
The lastest data from the Department of Health and Human Services shows no new cases in the Victorian community but does include three new cases in hotel quarantine.
The new hotel quarantine cases take the state's active case tally to 33.
Yesterday, 15,711 people in Victoria received test results.
Also yesterday, premier Daniel Andrews announced the cap on gatherings in Victorian homes has been increased to 30 people.
"Any event, whether it's at your home, whether it's out at a venue, needs to be COVID safe. We've got to all of us take these things seriously," he said.
Mr Andrews also announced further changes to New South Wales and Queensland travel zones which will allow more Victorians who are interstate to return home.
In Sydney, all but one of the local government areas that were "red zones" were downgraded to orange from 6pm on Friday.
Orange zones in regional New South Wales - with the exception of the Blue Mountains and Wollongong - turned green from 6pm on Friday.
All of greater Brisbane was rezoned green from 6pm on Friday.
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