Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said Victoria announced a major “quaddie” on the same day as the running of the race that stops the country.
On Tuesday, the state recorded zero coronavirus cases or deaths for the fourth consecutive day.
As it was on Monday, the 14-day rolling average remains at 1.9.
There are now two cases diagnosed with an unknown source from the fortnight to 31 October.
With zero active cases in regional Victoria, both are in Metropolitan Melbourne.
This is the quaddie we want for the last 4 days: 0,0,0,0. https://t.co/oIfFFL48jl
— Chief Health 🍩fficer, Victoria (@VictorianCHO) November 2, 2020