Bars and restaurants reopen as Victoria exits sixth lockdown
Victoria’s sixth lockdown has officially appear to an finish, bringing to a shut a planet file 263 times of stringent stay-at-household limitations.
The state’s COVID cases surged to 2,232 new local bacterial infections on Thursday forward of the reopening of Melbourne and Mildura.
Wellness authorities also confirmed the fatalities of 12 people today.
The easing of restrictions allows hospitality venues, including bars and restaurants, to open up their doorways.
In the meantime, 10 guests are allowed in houses, the curfew has been scrapped, and learners will make a scattered return to lecture rooms.
Even further relaxations – including the complete opening of retail – will be executed when the 80 for every cent vaccination target is reached.
It will come as Victoria achieved its 70 for every cent double dose vaccine focus on.
In the meantime, 90 for each cent of the state’s qualified population has obtained their initial dose of the vaccine.