Pubs, restaurants, cafes and football are all able to re-open today as Victoria eases its lockdowns at venues across the state.

From this morning, restaurants and cafes will be able to sit down customers and serve them at their tables, with a maximum of 20 people allowed in an enclosed space.

Pubs can also re-open with the same person limit but they must be be serving food and alcohol can not be served unless you are eating.

Bookings are likely to become the norm over the next few weeks as customers will have to provide their personal details on arrival to ensure proper contact tracing is adhered to at all times.

As well as that, local football teams will be able to resume training from today.

Here’s a full list of what Victorians can do from today:

  • Private gatherings of 20 people in a house, including residents
  • Public gatherings (indoor and outdoor) increase to 20 people
  • 20 guests at weddings, plus a celebrant and the couple
  • 50 mourners at funerals, plus those required to conduct the funeral
  • 20 worshippers at private or small religious ceremonies, plus those required to run the ceremony
  • 20 players for non-contact outdoor sport, plus the instructor
  • 20 people at auction houses, real estate auctions and open house inspections, plus the people required to facilitate
  • Restaurants, cafes and pubs to open and serve meals for up to 20 patrons. Alcohol with meals only
  • Overnight stays in private residences
  • Camping and tourist accommodation, without shared facilities
  • Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlours and massage parlours to open with up to 20 patrons
  • Non-food and drink market stalls to open
  • Community facilities to re-open for up to 20 people, plus staff
  • Indoor and outdoor pools to re-open for up to 20 patrons and limit of three people per lane
  • Galleries, museums, national institutions, historic sites, outdoor amusement parks, drive in cinemas, zoos and arcades to open with up to 20 patrons per space (ensuring density quotient is applied)
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