Cases have fallen again just one day away from Victorian citizens exploring the next move out of COVID-19 restrictions.
The Department of Health and Human Services reported on Saturday that there had been only one recorded case in the past 24 hours.
No more deaths were also reported, leaving the state’s death toll at 816 and the national figure at 904.
In metropolitan Melbourne, the 14-day rolling average has fallen to 8.1-down 0.6 from the previous day.
The rolling average also fell to 0.5, from 0.6 in regional Victoria.
Yesterday there was 1 new case & the loss of 0 lives reported. The rolling 14 day average is down in metro Melb & regional Vic. Cases with unknown source is stable. More info available later today. https://t.co/pcll7ySEgz #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/yCu0ZgdCpI
— VicGovDHHS (@VicGovDHHS) October 16, 2020
Seventeen mystery cases exist.
As no cases were reported on June 9, 130 days ago, the single case increase is the lowest.
Residents of Melbourne expect restrictions on Sunday to be relaxed, but it is unknown just how much freedom will be restored.