That will go into effect tonight at 11:59 p.m. in Melbourne.
Statement on further easing of restrictions in Melbourne and regional Victoria: pic.twitter.com/aGrrU3AFWO— Dan Andrews (@DanielAndrewsMP) October 18, 2020
The prime minister had previously promised that today’s changes would be “significant” but, given the rolling 14-day average of cases, would not go as far as many had hoped.
When announcing the changes, Dan Andrews said that as of 11:59 p.m. in metropolitan Melbourne:
- There is no time limit on raising your home for exercise or socializing
- Hairdressers will open again
- The travel limit of 5 km has been extended to 25 kn
- Outdoor gatherings are increased to 10 people from two households
- Tennis, skate parks and golf will open according to COVID safe guidelines
- Real estate auctions take place with a maximum of 10 people
- Commercial property inspections can take place
- The pools are opened with a maximum of 10 swimmers
- Non-essential maintenance and repairs to outdoor homes are permitted, including home painting by a maximum of five workers
- Solo or automatic car wash and pool cleaning are returning
- Mobile and home pet grooming will return
- Outdoor shots are allowed
- A full return to allied health problems
Starting at 11:59 p.m. on November 1st in Melbourne, Dan Andrews said:
- The four reasons to leave home are removed
- A maximum of 2 people plus relatives can visit a house once a day
- Retail will reopen
- The food will open again, with a limit of 50 people outside and 20 inside
- Contact and non-contact sports are resumed
- A maximum of 20 people can attend outdoor religious gatherings
- A maximum of 10 people are allowed at weddings
- A maximum of 20 mourners are allowed at funerals
- The outdoor entertainment can accommodate a maximum of 50 people or 25 percent of the venue’s fixed seating capacity
Dan Andrews concluded by telling reporters that Melbourne was on its way to a COVID-proof summer and that there was “just a little time left to beat this second wave”.
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