Melbourne’s curfew will be lifted from 5 am on Monday morning as coronavirus restrictions are eased in Victoria.
Limits on shopping, outdoor gatherings, and visiting patients in hospitals are among further changes to come into effect for Melbourne residents from 11.59 pm tonight.
Primary school, VCE and VCAL, and specialist schools will begin a gradual return to the classroom from 12 October. And childcare centers will re-open for all kids, taking some pressure off parents who’re working from home.
However, there remain only four reasons to leave your home and that stays in place until Melbourne moves to Step three.
Premier Daniel Andrews said 127,000 Melburnians will be able to return to work as of tonight, while residents will be permitted to meet outside in groups of up to five people from two households.
One person will also be allowed to visit a friend or relative in the hospital once each day for a maximum of two hours. For those under 18 years of age, two parents or carers can visit with no time limit.
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