Another 11 deaths from COVID-19 and 6,075 new cases have been reported in Victoria as mandatory vaccinations are approaching in the state.
The Department of Health confirmed on Saturday 4,031 cases from rapid antigen tests and 2,044 from laboratory PCR tests.
The number of Victorians in hospitals dropped overnight by 10 to 175 patients.
Including 22 people in intensive care, four on mechanical ventilation.
There are 40,530 active cases in the state.
In Victoria, 62.2 percent of adults are vaccinated in three doses, ahead of mandatory vaccination rules for key workers.
Once he is removed, the time is fast approaching when caregivers for the elderly, the disabled, emergency services, meat processors, quarantine and distribution workers may receive a third blow.
From 23:59 on Saturday these workers, including contractors, volunteers and students who are on employment, will need to receive a third dose to get to work.
Healthcare workers who received their first injection by Sept. 12 will also have to make a third by 11:59 p.m. Saturday.