Victoria has recorded 20 new COVID-19 cases as the state has once again become divided between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne. Once again, those living in the regions have exited the strict lockdown as of Tuesday, but are still under closely guarded restrictions. Of the 20 new cases, all are linked but only five were in isolation while infectious. However, it has not yet been declared exactly where the cases are located. The news comes as Ballarat's vaccine rollout steps up to another gear, with people aged between 18 and 39 able to receive an AstraZeneca vaccination at the mass vaccination hub from Wednesday. Regional Victoria's lockdown is over but people in Melbourne are still days from finding out when theirs will end. The state's regional areas came out of lockdown at 11:59pm on Monday after no new COVID-19 cases were detected outside Melbourne, but some rules remain including a ban on home visits and compulsory mask-wearing. "There is a degree of localisation, if you like, to these cases," Mr Andrews told reporters on Monday. "Pleasingly we haven't seen cases in regional Victoria over these last four or five days." IN OTHER NEWS More than five million Melburnians are under strict stay-at-home rules until at least 8pm on Thursday, with no word yet on whether the lockdown will ease on time. City dwellers trying to flee Melbourne and drive to regional areas will face fines upwards of $5000 as about 200 police are deployed to main and back roads across the state. Businesses that are open in regional Victoria but closed in Melbourne, such as restaurants and beauty salons, must check the IDs of customers. Melbourne recorded 11 new local cases in the 24 hours to Monday morning, all linked to the Hobsons Bay outbreak, with only one case in quarantine throughout their infectious period. The number of exposure sites has grown to more than 220, including a local football match at Shorten Reserve in West Footscray which dates back to July 31 and is classified as tier one. See the exposure sites here. We have removed our paywall from our stories about the coronavirus. This is a rapidly changing situation and we aim to make sure our readers are as informed as possible. If you would like to support our journalists you can subscribe here.