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Melbourne COVID Restrictions Update - Mornington Peninsula - May 2021

In this video we give you a run down of the current restrictions as at 26 May 2021 - affecting the Melbourne Metropolitan area.... including the whole of the Mornington Peninsula.

The information is sourced from the https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au site.

If you would like to keep updated, check out the site on a regular basis.

Transcript from the Victorian Government website:

New restrictions for metropolitan Melbourne:

Metropolitan Melbourne moves to revised COVIDSafe Settings on 6:00pm Tuesday 25 May 2021.

Metropolitan Melbourne consists of the following Local Government Areas (LGAs): Banyule, Bayside, Boroondara, Brimbank, Cardinia, Casey, Darebin, Frankston, Glen Eira, Greater Dandenong, Hobsons Bay, Hume, Kingston, Knox, Manningham, Maribyrnong, Maroondah, Melbourne, Melton, Monash, Moonee Valley, Moreland, Mornington Peninsula, Nillumbik, Port Phillip, Stonnington, Whitehorse, Whittlesea, Wyndham, Yarra, Yarra Ranges

 

Face masks: Continue to be carried at all times

Face masks must be worn indoors (except at private residences where recommended)

This includes:

shopping centres, supermarkets, retail outlets and markets

when visiting hospitals and aged care facilities restaurants and cafes, when you are not eating or drinking

libraries

cinemas

churches and places of worship

entertainment facilities recreational facilities and gyms

on public transport, in taxis, or in ride share vehicles

Social Gatherings:

Private gatherings in the home are limited to five visitors per day for metropolitan Melbourne, not including infants under 12 months old.

Intimate partner visits are not included in the daily limit.

Public gatherings are limited to 30 people for Metropolitan Melbourne.

Work and study

Workplaces - open

Schools - open

Early childhood and care - open

Higher education - open

Face masks must be worn when indoors

Retail and community facilities

Open

Face masks must be worn when indoors

Cafes and hospitality

Open

Face masks must be worn indoors when not eating and drinking

Hospitals and care facilities

Open

Two visitors at a time, no more than five visitors per day

Except in end of life support situations where it is two visitors at a time, with no daily limit.

Places of worship

Open – current restrictions remain unchanged.

Face masks must be worn when indoors.

Weddings and funerals

Depending on where the wedding or funeral is held, private gathering, public gathering or venue limits may apply

Face masks must be worn when indoors.

Travel to regional Victoria

Travel is allowed between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria Metropolitan Melbourne restrictions travel with you If you visit someone outside of metropolitan Melbourne, they must not have more than five visitors to their home in that day.

If you attend a public gathering outside of Greater Melbourne, it must not be bigger than 30 people.

Victorians visiting regional Victoria from Melbourne will also need to wear a face mask when indoors even when outside of metropolitan Melbourne, unless an exception applies.

Accommodation:

Accommodation in metropolitan Melbourne is open, however, the private gathering limit of five visitors applies as though the accommodation is the home of the person who made the booking.

A guest who does not live with you, and who is not your intimate partner, counts as a guest and is included in the five-person limit.

 

Disclaimer - This is not Health or Legal Advice - Please visit the Government website for full details https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au