Victoria records 23rd day with no cases

Victoria records 23rd day with no cases

The Victorian government is expected to ease restrictions after the state recorded 23 days of no new cases or deaths from COVID-19.

The announcement will come just hours before the NSW border to Victoria will open for the first time since July.

It is believed rules around mask wearing will be loosened and private gatherings are likely to be increased from two visitors per household to ten.

Up to 50 people will be allowed to gather outside, from any number of households.

Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to front the media later on Sunday to confirm the changes.

Other predicted changes include increasing patronage at indoor gyms from 20 to 100 and weddings and funerals will soon be allowed to have 100 attendees – depending on the venue size.

The same goes for restaurants, cafes, bars and cinemas with up to 100 allowed indoors, and 200 outdoors.

There is likely to be some changes around who can visit a care, with up to five people from two households allowed.

media_cameraVictorian Premier Daniel Andrews will address the media later on Sunday. Picture: NCA NewsWire / David Geraghty

The limits at community centres, libraries and places of worship will increase to groups of no more than 20 people, with the total number of patrons capped at 100.

Outdoor religious ceremonies will increase to groups of 50, with a cap of 500.

Mr Andrews will outline the latest steps out of lockdown later today.…

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