LATROBE City will not be going into lockdown, amid fears of increased COVID numbers with 16 new cases in the Latrobe Valley.
Health Minister Martin Foley announced 1612 new COVID cases in Victoria and eight deaths.
All cases were locally acquired.
This brings Victoria to 19,012 active coronavirus cases.
Morwell Central Primary School has been added to the list of Tier 1 exposure sites in Latrobe City.
Eighteen new cases were announced in Baw Baw Shire, and 122 in Regional Victoria. This amounts to eight per cent of overall new cases.
A total of 677 people are currently being treated in hospital, 94 of these are on a ventilator.
On Sunday a total of 81,000 vaccines were delivered across the state.
Mr Foley announced from today Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available to people of 12 and over.
Traralgon Racecourse now is offering walk-up Moderna mRNA vaccinations permanently.
The launch of a new vaccination campaign, to be delivered across all platforms, was also announced.
86 per cent Victorians aged over 16 have received at least one dose of the vaccine.