Victoria has recorded 1750 new local cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths, as the Victorian government considers additional freedoms once the state hits its 80 per cent double vaccination target.

Home visitor numbers and indoor caps at venues could be increased under Victoria’s road map to reopening due to our soaring vaccination rates.

The Andrews Government’s Co-ordinating Ministers of Cabinet are set to meet to revise restrictions the state will face once 80 per cent of people over the age of 16 are fully vaccinated.

Meanwhile Melburnians enter their first weekend out of lockdown in more than the two months.

There are now 23,164 active cases of the virus in Victoria, and 212 people have died during the current Delta outbreak.

The new cases were detected from almost 73,000 test results received yesterday.

770 people are in hospital with the virus.

More than 72 per cent of Victorians aged 16 and older have now had both doses of a coronavirus vaccine.

NSW has recorded 332 locally acquired COVID-19 cases and two deaths.

There are 469 hospitalisations from COVID-19 and 123 people in ICU.

There were 64,118 tests conducted in the reporting period.