Victoria records no Covid cases as Premier Daniel Andrews introduces new permit ...

Victoria records ZERO new coronavirus cases as thousands battle to apply for Dan Andrews' draconian border permits to enter the state – or risk being slapped with $5,000 fines Victoria has gone six days without a locally-acquired case of coronavirus There were zero infections reported across state on Tuesday, from 18,139 tests Vic government expanded its 'traffic light' scheme to all of Australia on Monday There was a three-hour delay for those applying for border permits on Monday

By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press

Published: 21:28 GMT, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 22:38 GMT, 11 January 2021

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Victoria has gone six days without a local case of coronavirus as thousands of residents trapped interstate battle to apply for Daniel Andrews' border permits.

The state recorded zero infections on Tuesday morning after 18,139 tests were recorded. There are just 38 active Covid-19 infections across Victoria. 

Victorian expanded its 'traffic light' scheme to the whole of Australia on Monday, designating regions as green, orange or red zones based on their coronavirus risk.

Regional NSW is classified orange and Greater Sydney and Greater Brisbane are still red no-go zones.

Victoria has gone six days without a locally-acquired case of coronavirus as thousands of residents trapped interstate battle to apply for Premier Daniel Andrews' border permits. Pictured: Police check vehicles on January 1

Victoria has gone six days without a locally-acquired case of coronavirus as thousands of residents trapped interstate battle to apply for Premier Daniel Andrews' border permits. Pictured: Police check vehicles on January 1

The latest data comes as the Victorian government expanded its 'traffic light' scheme to the whole of Australia on Monday, designating regions as green, orange or red zones based on their coronavirus risk profile

The latest data comes as the Victorian government expanded its 'traffic light' scheme to the whole of Australia on Monday, designating regions as green, orange or red zones based on their coronavirus risk profile

But the Victorian Government website crashed just minutes after the new measure came into place due to a technical glitch.  

The permit system wasn't available on the Services Victoria website until about 8.55pm - despite the border changes

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