Victoria reported two new cases on Friday, taking the state’s total number of active cases to 157.
This is a 22% drop on the 203 cases reported at the same time last week, and a significant 84% drop on the 991 cases reported this time last month.
There were 14 active cases in aged care, or 9% of the state’s total.
The state’s death toll remained 816, with no new deaths reported.
Metropolitan Melbourne’s rolling 14-day average fell to 8.7, down from Thursday’s total of 8.9, and remained steady at 0.6 in regional Victoria.
And there were 14 Victorians in hospital, with none in ICU.
Significant steps to be taken on Sunday
In his daily press briefing, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said the state was well-placed to take “significant steps” on Sunday, but stopped short of moving to stage three of restrictions.
“On Sunday, I hope to be able to speak about what the week after and the week after that looks like and, indeed beyond that. To continue to update all Victorians on what rules will be in place, what behaviours need to be maintained, what behaviours pose the greatest risk to driving further infections,” he said.
Watch this space then.