That raises the state's total to 1,847 cases.
“We’ve had more than 120 new cases in the past seven days, and the main cause for this increase has been through cases in families,” said Victoria Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton.
“People have not followed our advice around physical distancing, hygiene, and limiting the number of people you invite in your home,” he added.
Extended restrictions: In response to the rise in cases, the Victorian government announced on Sunday that it will extend its state of emergency for at least four more weeks.
Under the emergency order, the number of visitors allowed inside a home will be reduced to five and public gatherings will be limited to groups of 10.
Restaurants, pubs, gyms, cinemas, and places of worship will allow up to 20 people at a time, until July 12.
Discouraging travel: On Monday, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian discouraged people from traveling to Melbourne and the rest of Victoria.
“We would recommend people not at this stage travel to Melbourne unless they have to,” she said.