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Coronavirus update for Victoria

Restrictions have been further eased in Victoria from midnight on Thursday, 18 November as the state gets closer to 90% of the eligible population being fully vaccinated.

One set of rules remains in place across Victoria, and travel between regional and metropolitan areas is permitted for any reason.

Some of the key changes include:

  • There are no limits on the number of people that can attend a public or private gathering. This includes for recreational activities like fishing and boating.
  • Masks are only required in certain settings such as retail, aged care, health care and justice facilities, at primary schools and on public transport/taxis/rideshare.
  • Density quotients and capacity limits no longer apply for community facilities like fishing clubrooms as long as participants are fully vaccinated.

For more information on restrictions and how to stay safe, visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au

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