Victoria’s daily coronavirus cases have risen on Tuesday but have remained under 30 for the fourth consecutive day.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced 28 new cases and three more deaths in the previous 24 hours.
It comes after cases plummeted over the three preceding days, reaching just 11 cases on Monday.
The 14-day rolling average for metropolitan Melbourne now stands at 32.8.
The state’s death toll sits at 766.
“It is very tempting and I appreciate why everybody wakes up today, sees a low number, and everyone is hopeful and positive and that is a good thing, but we have to stay the course on this,” he said.
Mr Andrews said it would take a significant improvement in the numbers to change the roadmap.
Majority of Victorians back Andrew’s response
There was some good news for the premier on Tuesday, with a Newspoll showing a majority of Victorian voters back his handling of the state's second wave.
Nearly two-thirds of Australian voters also also rate the state's restrictions as "about right".
The poll for The Australian shows 62 per cent of Victorian voters agree the premier has managed the crisis well despite the hotel quarantine bungle that unleashed the second outbreak.
Thirty-five per cent of Victorians thought Mr Andrews handled the pandemic badly.
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