Victoria has recorded 75 fresh coronavirus cases, bringing the state's confirmed total to 2099.
One new case was linked to hotel quarantine, 14 were linked to known outbreaks, 37 were detected through routine testing and 23 were under investigation, Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said on Monday.
There are now 288 active cases in Victoria.
Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said many of the new cases were overwhelmingly from the hotspot suburbs.
"We've got many cases across the inner northern suburbs and the western suburbs of Melbourne, but not exclusively and it's important to reiterate to the community that you are not immune from catching coronavirus by virtue of the postcode that you live in," she said.
A LOOK AT VICTORIA'S NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES AS OF JUNE 29, 2020
*75 new cases
*But four previous cases have been reclassified, taking the total to 2099 cases and a net gain of 71
*One case in hotel quarantine
*14 linked to outbreaks
*37 detected through routine testing
*23 under investigation
*There are now 288 active cases in Victoria
*Community transmission is believed to be behind 271 cases, a rise of six with Monday's numbers
*Nine people are in hospital including one in intensive care