FROM 11.59pm tomorrow night, metropolitan Melbourne will move to restrictions similar to those in place for regional Victoria, with further easing of restrictions for regional Victoria.
For regional Victoria, visits to the home will be allowed with a cap of two adults per day, plus their dependants.
Public gatherings will increase from 10 people to a maximum of 20 people.
Restaurants and cafes can have a maximum of 150 people per venue for seated service, with up to 75 allowed indoors.
Community sports are back for all ages for both training and competitions, however the Mid Gippsland and North Gippsland football leagues are currently still not holding games this weekend.
It is believed the Gippsland League is still considering its options, after sending out a number of draft draws to member clubs yesterday with provisions in place to play junior matches this weekend.
Indoor sport, including gyms, will also be able to reopen with limits on the number of people permitted at any point in time to be announced.
Regional Victorians will still be able to travel around regional Victoria, Melburnians will not, however Acting Premier James Merlino said these restrictions are expected to be removed in the next week.
“Subject to the public health advice, the epidemiological conditions through the next week, we expect to be next Thursday night, the regional-metro divisions will come down and we’ll be able to travel more freely around the state again,” Mr Merlino said.
* Regional Victorians are permitted to travel around regional Victoria.
* Visitors to home will be limited to two adults per day, plus dependants.