Restrictions are set to ease even more starting Monday 9 Nov.

The 25-kilometre limit will no longer be in place the boundary between Melbourne and regional Victoria will come down.

Changes to business restrictions include:

  • Restaurants, pubs and cafes will be able to host up to 40 customers indoors and 70 outdoors.
  • Gyms and indoor sporting facilities can open with up to 20 – subject to strict density limits. Indoor sport for those 18 and under can recommence.
  • Accommodation will be able to open 
  •  Indoor entertainment venues will be able to open with 20 people per space, this includes movie theatres, galleries, museums and music halls.
  • Indoor religious ceremonies will be increased to 20, with 50 allowed outside. The same numbers will apply to funerals, but there’s no change to weddings – for now.
  • Community spaces like libraries or RSLs and neighbourhood houses can have up to 20 indoors, with groups of up to ten.

For more detail on these changes, please see the Premier’s statement and summary of changes.  

For industry sector specific information on re-opening, including Covid -safe plans visit the Vic government Corona Virus web page or Business Victoria

Signs, posters and templates for your workplace

Coronavirus (COVID-19) translated information for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds is also available online for businesses and industry. Businesses can also call 13 22 15 and request a free translator.