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Restrictions set to ease

Restrictions set to ease

Providing there are no regional cases detected in the next 24 hours

From 11.59pm Thursday June 3, Gippsland will be able to do as follows

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  • The five reasons to leave home will be removed and there will be no limit on the distance you can travel from home.

  • You can only travel to Melbourne for a permitted reason and you must follow Melbourne restrictions once you are there.

  • Outdoor gathering limits can occur with up to 10 people. Gatherings are no longer limited to two people, and infants under 12 months are not included in that cap.

  • Food and hospitality will be open for seated service only, with a cap of 50 people per venue, subject to density requirements of one per 4 square metres.

  • Retail can open and personal services such as beauty and tattooing can resume for services where masks can remain on.

  • Religious gatherings and ceremonies are permitted for 50 people plus one faith leader indoors or outdoors.

  • Gathering limits for weddings will be 10 people and for funerals, 50 mourners.

  • Junior outdoor community sport will return and adults will be able to resume training outdoors.

  • Outdoor pools, including swimming classes can operate with a limit of 50 people with a density quota of one per 4 square metres.

  • Libraries and toy libraries can open with a cap of 50 people subject to density requirements.

  • Outdoor seated entertainment, seated and unseated will have a patron cap of 50 people or 50 per cent of the venue's seating capacity, whichever is lower.

  • A ring of steel will not be in place, but more patrolling from Victoria Police

  • Indoor physical recreation and sport closed

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