VICTORIA'S COVID-19 NUMBERS FOR SEPTEMBER 29
* Seven deaths, taking the state's toll to 794 and national figure to 882
* The deaths are one man in his 60s, one man in his 70s, two men and a woman in their 80s and one man and one woman in their 90s
* Six of the deaths are linked to aged care and three of them were before Monday
* 10 new cases - one of them reclassified. No new cases in regional Victoria
* Three of the new cases are linked to known outbreaks or complex cases. One is linked to aged care (Embracia Moonee Valley) and two are linked to health services (Western Health and Monash Health). The other seven cases remain under investigation.
* Of the new cases, there are two in Casey, Monash and Moreland and single cases in Hobsons Bay, Knox, Moonee Valley and Wyndham.
* 14-day rolling case average is 18.2 for Melbourne and 0.6 for regional Victoria
* Cases with an unknown source from September 13-26 total 27 for Melbourne and none for regional Victoria
* 326 active cases in Victoria, including six in regional areas
* 46 people in hospital, with five in ICU including four on ventilators
* 53 active cases involving healthcare workers
* 158 active cases linked to aged care
* Two active cases linked to disability accommodation, they are staff
* 4273 cases have an unknown source, down by one from Monday
* About 2.67 million test results have been returned, an increase of 8226 since Monday
KEY ACTIVE AGED CARE OUTBREAKS
* Estia Keilor: 34 active cases (45 total cases)
* Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North: 23 (44)
* Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care: 22 (80)
* Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee: 14 (260)
* Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East: 13 (22)
* Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack: 8 (60)
* Mercy Place Parkville aged care: 7 (104)
* Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir: 4 (127)
* Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon: 4 (22)
* Epping Gardens Aged Care: 3 (220)
OTHER KEY OUTBREAKS
* 9 active cases currently linked to the Casey community outbreak (total cases: 44)
* 7 Footscray Hospital (20)
* 6 Alfred Hospital (11)
* 5 Springvale shared accommodation outbreak (total cases: 5)
* 67 fines issued in the last 24 hours, including nine for not wearing a face covering and 18 at vehicle checkpoints
* Melbourne's night time curfew lifted at 5am on Monday.
* As of 11:59pm on Sunday, a number of restrictions were eased, allowing some 127,000 workers to return to on-site work.
* Child care open for all kids. No permit is required and there are no distance limits.
* The two-hour exercise limit within five kilometres remains but can now be taken near workplaces as well as homes.
* A household, or maximum of five people from no more than two households, are able to gather outside.
* Outdoor pools can reopen.
* The limit on one person from each household going shopping just once a day has been lifted.
* Religious activities of up to five people, plus one faith leader for outdoor gatherings and ceremonies, are permitted.
* From October 12, Melbourne primary school, special school students and VCAL students will return to classroom learning.
* Gap of at least three weeks before the next easing of Melbourne restrictions
Sources: Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria Police