IN Western Victoria, COVID-19 cases continue to fluctuate.
Every LGA in mid-west Victoria saw an influx of new cases, with Horsham Rural City recorded 24 - ten more than the previous reporting period.
However, it was a smaller day than Monday as Ararat recorded the next highest number with 11, while Buloke, Hindmarsh and West Wimmera all recorded single new cases.
Horsham is the only LGA with more than 100 cases, as Ararat (73) and Northern Grampians (74) both hover above fifty.
Looking east, Pyrenes Shire did not record a single new case while Ballarat recorded 154.
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Meanwhile, the state has recorded another 14,836 COVID-19 cases and 29 deaths overall as the nation officially enters the third year of the pandemic.
Another 30,726 people took PCR tests with 6297 positive results returned while 8539 people reported positive rapid-antigen tests.
There were also 27,908 vaccinations on Monday, according to new Department of Health figures. A total of 32 per cent of people over 18 have now had three vaccines.
A total of 1057 people are in hospital including 119 in intensive care and 45 on ventilators.
Ararat Rural City: 73 active cases (+11)
Buloke Shire: 27 active cases (+1)
Hindmarsh Shire: 26 active cases (+1)
Horsham Rural City: 127 active cases (+24)
Northern Grampians Shire: 74 active cases (+4)
Yarriambiack Shire: 31 active cases (+5)
West Wimmera Shire: 10 active cases (+1)
Pyrenes Shire: 37 active cases (0)
Ballarat: 875 active cases (+154)
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