There are 600 calls a day  being made to the state’s crime reporting hotline, as Victorians continue to take the COVID-19 social distancing rules seriously.

Victoria Police have seen a 50% increase in the number of calls made to the lines as neighbours and passersby phone to report mass gatherings and isolation breaches.

There have been 22,000 calls across the last two weeks.

It comes as Victoria Police continue to fine people for having social gatherings, including seven people at a dinner party who did not live together.

In Victoria, the on-the-spot fine for breaching stage three restrictions is $1652.

Residents are not allowed to gather in groups more than two outdoors or indoors unless they are members of the same household.