Victoria has recorded 11 new locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 since Sunday.
The new coronavirus cases are all related to current outbreaks and all were in quarantine during their infectious period.
There is also one new COVID-19 cases in hotel quarantine.
The new cases come as Victoria remains hopeful of exiting its lockdown at its scheduled ending of 11.59pm on Tuesday night.
On Sunday, premier Daniel Andrews said it was too early to confirm lockdown would end on Tuesday despite the strategy working.
"There is still a couple of days to go, and as we saw with an apartment block yesterday, things can change," the premier said. "It is fast moving and can be quite dynamic."
Mr Andrews also labelled anti-lockdown protesters "selfish".
He said he did not believe the large gathering of protesters would fundamentally change things around Victoria's lockdown but could not rule it out.
"None of us could rule that out," he said. "There was a reason why there are rules against large gatherings in the middle of a pandemic."
Victoria also saw 25,404 test results on Sunday and 13,953 coronavirus vaccines administered
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