VICTORIA'S streak of zero new community COVID-19 cases has continued, with the state's one new case reported acquired overseas.
It marks the state's 11th day without community transmission. Six cases remain active in the state.
It comes as Australia's top public servant is set to face the Senate's coronavirus response committee.
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet secretary Phil Gaetjens is expected to face questions about his efforts to better coordinate restrictions between the states.
Mr Gaetjens is working with his state and territory counterparts on analysing changing risk profiles, as vaccinations boost Australia's efforts to remain on top of the virus.
The immunisation program has fueled hopes that the days of state border closures and snap lockdowns may be over.
The state Department of Health received a total 8851 test results in the 24 hours to midnight Monday.
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