From 11:59pm tonight, Victoria is expected to enter the last step on its coronavirus roadmap to reopening.
The last step is the final stage of restrictions before reaching ‘COVID normal’.
Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to announce the details today.
Based on the summary of restrictions published by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and the Premier’s recent comments that he’s confident the flagged changes will be delivered, here’s some of what we’re likely to see.LIVE UPDATES: Read our blog for the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic. Household visitors and private gatherings
The roadmap says that Victorians will be able to have up to 10 visitors their home from tomorrow.
This also means there will be more freedom around who can holiday together.
Accommodation will fall in line with private gatherings, meaning 10 people from any number of households can book a holiday rental together.
Public gatherings outdoors will increase to 50 people from any number of households.
There should also be more freedom around who can visit a care home, with the number of visitors expected to increase to up to five people from two households, with no time limits, and children will be allowed.
Residents may also go out on excursions but individual care facilities may need to implement their own rules, which could differ from the statewide guidelines.Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreak Gyms and sport
More people will be able to enjoy indoor physical recreation, which includes contact and non-contact sport, gym classes and personal training.…