Latrobe City had 37 new COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours up to midnight on Sunday.
It lifts the tally of active cases in the municipality to 317, the largest of any local government area in regional Victoria.
Of Sunday’s cases, 16 are in the 3825 postcode (Moe/Newborough district), eight are in the 3840 postcode (Morwell district), seven in the 3844 postcode (Traralgon district), four in the 3854 postcode (Glengarry district), one in the 3842 postcode (Churchill district), one in the 3869 postcode (Yinnar South district).
The list of Tier 1 exposure sites in Latrobe City has climbed to seven.
They are as follows:
PhysiPole, Traralgon (Thursday, October 14, 5.30pm-6.30pm).
Wyncity, Morwell (Friday, October 15, 11am-9pm).
Cafe Alfa, Churchill (Sunday, October 17, 10.30am-11.25am).
Cafe Stellina, Traralgon (Sunday, October 17, 12pm-1pm).
Latrobe Leisure, Newborough (Wednesday, October 20, 8am-9.15am).
Glengarry Hotel (Friday, October 22, 5.30pm-8.15pm).
Dunbar Road Landscape Supplies, Traralgon (Monday, October 18, 6.45am-3.45pm, Tuesday, October 19, 6.45am-3pm and Wednesday, October 20, 6.45am-3.45pm).
The Department of Health states if you have visited a Tier 1 exposure site to get tested immediately and quarantine for seven days from exposure if you are fully vaccinated or 14 days if you are not fully vaccinated.
Baw Baw has 225 active cases, Bass Coast 25, South Gippsland 24, East Gippsland 21 and Wellington 16.
Victoria recorded 1935 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths on Sunday.
It comes as Premier Daniel Andrews announced universal rules across the state will apply from Friday night when the state reaches 80 per cent double vaccinated.
Most indoor settings, including pubs, restaurants and cafes, will be able to
operate with a cap of one person per four square metres for fully-vaccinated patrons.
From 6pm, masks will no longer be required outdoors, but will still need to be worn in indoor settings.
Melbourne residents will be allowed to travel to regional Victoria.
Ten people, including dependents can visit your home per day.