Victoria’s daily coronavirus cases have dropped below 20 again.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced 15 new cases and five more deaths on Wednesday.
It is the third time in four days daily cases have been 15 or below.
Metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day rolling average has dropped below 30 for the first time since the peak of the second wave, sitting at 29.4.
The state has recorded 771 coronavirus deaths since the start of the pandemic.
Aged care faces further scrutiny
Twenty-four of Tuesday’s 28 cases were linked to 11 aged care homes as the sector continues to struggle during the pandemic.
Video of staff at AdventCare Whitehorse in Nunawading has been widely criticised after they were seen dancing with elderly residents without masks.
"Whether it's pyjama parties or this, it's really just not good enough," Health Minister Jenny Mikakos tweeted on Tuesday.
Deputy Chief Health Officer Allen Cheng confirmed on Tuesday there were no further cases in the Casey cluster which was sparked after six households breached restrictions.
With apparent low levels of community transmission, pressure is mounting on Premier Daniel Andrews to revise the current roadmap out of restrictions.
Mr Andrews defended the government’s position on Tuesday when facing a barrage of tough questioning from the media, with Channel Seven journalist Denham Hitchcock telling him “no one is with you”.
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