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Speaking from Melbourne on Sunday morning, M Andrews announced changes to the caps applicable to home visitors, customers at restaurants and bars, gyms, religious ceremonies and several other events and spaces

The announcement came as Victoria recorded her 23rd consecutive day without a new local coronavirus case

• 15 visitors will be allowed in a house for one day This includes dependents, but not infants under one year of age

• Masks will be required in all indoor environments, but will not be required outdoors unless you can get away from others

• Hospitality will have a limit of 300 visitors, with a maximum of 100 people inside The rule of one person per four square meters will apply indoors for large rooms Smaller rooms will pass to one person per two square meters, with a ceiling of 50 people

• Sports halls will open more, with 150 people per group of 20, with one person per four square meters

• Indoor physical and sporting leisure can resume with 150 people in groups of 20, with one person per four square meters

• Outdoor sport can resume with 500 people in groups of 50, with one person per four square meters

• Indoor pools, skate parks and indoor trampoline centers can accommodate 150 people Outdoor pools can accommodate 300 people

• Religious ceremonies can take place indoors with 150 people and outdoors with 300 people Both settings will have a density requirement of one person per four square meters

• Weddings and funerals will be open to 150 people, with density requirements. Home weddings must meet the ceiling of 15 people at home

• Slot machine rooms will be able to accommodate 150 people, but every other slot machine will be turned off to ensure distance between customers

• As of Monday, November 30, 25% of staff will be allowed to return to the office The remaining 75% will still have to work from home The distance requirements of one person per four square meters will remain in place The public sector will continue to working from home to create ‘extra space and capacity’ for the private sector

• From 11 Sunday, December 13 at 5:00 p.m., 30 visitors will be admitted to your home in one day Dependents are counted, except for a baby under one year old

Announcing the rules at a press conference in Melbourne on Sunday morning, Mr. Andrews stressed that the state must remain cautious

“This virus did not start 23 days from zero cases, it is not the same as having a vaccine,” he said “We must all continue to play our part”

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M Andrews said masks will continue to play an important role in stopping the spread of the virus

“This thing spreads quickly Common sense is very important Wear the mask because you never know, even outdoors, when you might need to wear it,” he says “The masks played a role very important role in these low numbers, and we just have to see that through and part of your role is to wear a mask, absolutely when you are inside, so that you don’t spread this virus without your knowledge”

New South Wales has announced that it will end its border restrictions with Victoria from midnight tonight

Victoria has only one active COVID-19 case and has gone 22 days without any new cases

The only case was of an immunocompromised person recovering “slowly and steadily,” Health Minister Martin Foley said on Saturday

South Australians wishing to enter Victoria may do so again after a brief ‘hard border’ was replaced overnight by a permit system

You can now apply for entry permits to Victoria from South Australia: https: // tco / N3AGE01dd7 Permits are required for anyone who lives or has traveled through South Australia # COVID19Vic ( 1/2) photoTwittercom / UB4KMaItVC

Communities in a 70 km bubble around the interstate border can continue to use the permit issued by the South African government they had used for months

Those receiving or providing emergency medical care or services, or residing on property that straddles the border are exempt from the permit requirement

Meanwhile, Victorian officials are concerned about traces of the virus unexpectedly discovered at a Melbourne sewage treatment facility, which has prompted residents and visitors to Altona in the southwest from Melbourne, from Monday to Wednesday last to be tested if they are symptomatic

The result is unexpected because about eight weeks ago someone in the area tested positive

People in Australia must stay at least 15 meters from others Check your jurisdiction’s restrictions on collection limits

If you have symptoms of a cold or the flu, stay home and schedule a test by calling your doctor or contacting the coronavirus health information hotline on 1800 020 080 News and information is available in 63 languages ​​on https: // sbscomau / coronavirus

Larger gatherings allowed and mask rules relaxed as Daniel Andrews announces new restrictions lifted

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