Victoria has recorded 1273 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths in the 24 hours to midnight.
There are 13,813 active cases of COVID-19 across the state as it celebrates its first day of eased restrictions for those fully vaccinated.
The state's population aged 12 years and over is now 88 per cent fully vaccinated, with 5842 doses administered at state-run clinics yesterday.
There are 330 COVID-19 patients in hospital, with 57 active in ICU, 58 cleared in ICU and 30 ventilated.
The seven day average is 371.
Yesterday, 73,020 tests were conducted which was up on the previous day's total of 72,270.
There have been a total of 4,798,141 vaccines administered across Victoria in state-run clinics.
From today, those who are fully vaccinated are now able to dance in clubs and home visitor limits as well as cafe, bar and restaurant density caps have been dumped.
Non-essential retail has joined the state's vaccinated economy, banning unvaccinated and partially vaccinated people from visiting those shops unless they are aged under 12 years and two months or have a valid exemption.