Victoria has recorded 1510 new local Covid-19 cases and four deaths as the state moves closer to a further easing of restrictions later this week.
There are now 24,715 active cases of the virus in Victoria, and 234 people have died during the current Delta outbreak.
The new cases were detected from 55,679 test results received yesterday.
There were 28,232 doses of vaccine administered at state-run sites, and more vaccinations at GP clinics and other venues.
From Friday, when the state is expected to reach its 80 percent double-dose vaccination milestone, regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne will follow the same rules, while gyms, retailers and entertainment venues will reopen to the fully vaccinated.
Meanwhile, NSW has 284 new cases and one death.
The ACT has recorded 12 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases.
There are 15 people in hospital with the virus in the territory, with nine in intensive care and five requiring ventilation.
More than 89 per cent of Canberrans aged 12 and over are now fully vaccinated.
There were 1733 negative test results received in the past 24 hours.
Queensland has two local cases of the coronavirus.
Any cases in other states today are yet to be confirmed.