Regional Victoria on cusp of even fewer COVID-19 restrictions

Premier Daniel Andrews has hinted that Regional Victoria may see further easing of restrictions soon.

Regional Victoria is on the cusp of fewer COVID-19 restrictions, according to Premier Daniel Andrews. Speaking at yesterday morning’s press conference Mr Andrews said he may be able to make further announcements tomorrow. He said any further steps would be

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Local cafes ready to embrace idea of outdoor dining

Local cafes are embracing outdoor seating as it looks to be introduced when restrictions relax.

Warragul cafes are seemingly embracing the idea of outdoor dining which will be allowed in the next step of easing COVID-19 restrictions in regional Victoria. Currently hospitality can only offer takeaway and delivery under Premier Daniel Andrews’ regional roadmap to

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Two abattoirs adapt to new COVID-safe restrictions

Abattoirs will have to adhere to strict conditions amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Two West Gippsland abattoirs have joined meat processors across the state in adapting processing methods to meet stringent new COVID-safe regulations. Radford’s Meats in Warragul and Victoria Valley Meat Exports at Trafalgar are both facing an unprecedented level of restriction

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A return to lockdown for Regional Victoria

Residents in the Baw Baw Shire will have their ballot papers mailed to them between October 6 and 8.

Community sport will end, students will return to remote learning and restaurants and cafes will open only for take-aways as Baw Baw Shire residents return to stage three restrictions from tomorrow night. Gyms will again close, as will public parks

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Premier reveals revised COVID-19 restrictions for Victorians

Lardner Park is seeking some updated permits before hoping to open in September.

Visiting family and friends will be part of new “safe, cautious and appropriate” COVID-19 restrictions implemented at midnight tonight. Public gatherings will be restricted to 10 people and many outdoor activities also can resume including golf, walking groups, fishing and

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