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Regional Victoria Now In Step 3 Of Coronavirus Roadmap

As of 11:59pm Wednesday night, regional Victoria has moved to step 3 of the Coronavirus Roadmap. Here's what it means for you:

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WHAT CHANGES IN REGIONAL VICTORIA

  • LEAVING HOME: The four reasons to leave home will no longer apply
  • GATHERINGS:
    • Gathering limits will increase to 10 people outdoors
    • The household bubble will be introduced – up to five visitors allowed in the home from another nominated household
  • WORK: Most workplaces will reopen
  • SCHOOL: School to return with a staggered start over the past two weeks of Term Four
  • RETAIL: Retail will be expanded to include personal services such as beauty and tattooing, where a mask can be worn
  • REAL ESTATE: Outdoor auctions will be permitted with a 10 person limit
  • SPORT:
    • All community sport returns for children
    • Non-contact sport returns for adults
    • Outdoor skateparks open
    • Outdoor fitness opens for up to 10 people
  • WEDDINGS: Gathering limits for weddings increase to 10 people, including the couple, two witnesses and a celebrant
  • FUNERALS: Funeral mourner limits increase to 20, not including people required to conduct the funeral (infants under 12 months not included in mourner limit)
  • RELIGIOUS GATHERINGS: Outdoor religious gatherings increase to up to 10 people plus one faith leader
  • TOURIST ACCOMMODATION: Tourist accommodation reopens for regional Victorians to travel and holiday within regional Victoria
  • CAMPING: Yes, you can go camping. You can camp with the people you live with, your intimate partner, or the household you have formed a bubble with (your household can book campsites with up to five members of your bubble household).

    You can only camp on private property if you are part of the household bubble with the people who live on the property.

  • RESTAURANTS:
    • Indoors: Indoor venues may open with a cap of 10 seated patrons per space, subject to the one person per four square metre rule. A maximum of two such spaces may seat diners, so indoor seating capacity is limited at 20
    • Outdoors: A cap of 50 seated patrons per space, subject to one person per two square metres rule. Groups will be limited to 10, and tables must be 1.5 metres apart

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