Breaking: Victoria to ease more restrictions soon.

A timeline of opening, including bars and restaurants and stadiums has been released.

By the end of June life will return to normal across much of Victoria with even concert venues and stadiums open with restrictions on people.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said his government is moving to ease lockdown restrictions in the state soon.

From 11:59pm on May 31 you can now have a total of 20 people in your home, including those who live there.

From 11:59pm on May 31 you can go stay at holiday homes and accommodation.

From May 26, outdoor playgrounds, outdoor gyms and skateparks can open for up to 10 people at a time.

From Monday 1st June outdoor gatherings and indoor gatherings can take place, with a maximum of 20 people. Weddings can be 20 people plus staff, funerals 50 people plus staff, camping and tourism attractions can open (but not shared facilities), pools can open to up to 20 people at a time, galleries, museums and zoos can open to up to 20 people at a time.

What’s opening in Victoria and when?

Opening June 1 :
✅ indoor gatherings max 20ppl
✅ outdoor gatherings max 20ppl
✅ weddings 20 + couple
✅ funerals 50 + staff
✅ overnight stays
✅ camping / tourist accom but no shared facilities
✅ pools max 20ppl
✅ galleries, museums, amusement parks 🎢, zoos max 20ppl

May 26:

✅ playgrounds
✅ outdoor gyms
✅ skateparks
❗️max 10 people

Monday 22nd June
✅ ski season starts 🎿
✅ indoor gyms 🏋️‍♂️ max 20ppl “per indoor space”
✅ cinemas 🍿 max 50ppl
✅ concert venues 🎤 max 50ppl
✅ stadiums 🏟 max 50ppl
✅ cafés/bars/restaurants can have 50ppl (up from 20)

Video: timeline of easing announced

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Ryan is Contributing Editor