Groups of up to 15 people are allowed to come together at a public meeting and re-vaccination is recommended but not mandatory.
There is no limit to the number of trips in the Melbourne metropolitan area, but the state of Victoria is not allowed.
There is no curfew and no reason to leave the house.
It is also necessary to wear a mask when leaving home. Existing exemptions apply.
Open outdoor retail for outdoor services and click Add.
The hairstyle is open to up to 5 fully vaccinated individuals.
Return to school begins on Friday earlier than previously planned.
Locations are open for home food and beverage service, but only to 20 customers who have received the full vaccine.
The pre-opening plan can only limit the number of people who have been vaccinated externally, and the domestic limit for 20 new people is based on that offer.
“There are density limits, but again it’s an excess, something that makes sense to us at the moment,” he said.
Sports and Fun
Outdoor community play will only be allowed for retraining (without competition) for the required minimum number.
Outdoor swimming pools open up to 50 fully vaccinated individuals.
Zoos will be opened at 25 percent capacity for fully vaccinated visitors, amusement parks for 50 fully vaccinated individuals, and up to 50 fully vaccinated individuals will be allowed to visit outdoors alone.
Up to 20 fully vaccinated persons or up to 10 non-vaccinated persons in the home and 50 fully vaccinated persons or 20 persons will be allowed for weddings subject to the outdoor density limit.
Up to 20 fully vaccinated or 10 non-vaccinated individuals and at least 50 vaccinated or 20 non-vaccinated persons will be allowed at the funeral under density restrictions.
Up to 20 people who have been fully vaccinated for religious ceremonies or up to 10 people who have not been vaccinated and up to 50 people who have been fully vaccinated and 20 people who have not been vaccinated will also be allowed subject to the density limit.
There were also some updates to the settings in the regions.
With highly recommended vaccinations for anyone over the age of 12, up to 10 people, including dependents, will be allowed to attend private meetings.
Up to 20 people, including dependents, will be allowed to attend public meetings, with highly recommended vaccinations being given to anyone over the age of 12.
Up to 100 fully vaccinated and up to 20 non-vaccinated individuals will be allowed outdoors.
For indoor settings such as restaurants, cafes, cinemas and gyms, up to 30 fully vaccinated and 20 non-vaccinated individuals will be allowed.
All school students will return to school on Friday.
Many more to come