Melbourne will remain under coronavirus lockdown until at least October 26 but some restrictions will be eased from midnight next Sunday.Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has outlined a four-step plan for the state to return to normality if case numbers continue to fall. From September 14, the nightly curfew will start an hour later at 9pm and run until 5am. People living alone can nominate a friend or family member who can visit them and two hours of daily exercise will be allowed, including ‘social interactions’ such as having a picnic at a local park or reading a book at the beach. Further restrictions could be eased from September 28 and the government will consider lifting the curfew entirely from October 26, depending on case numbers. ’We can’t run out of lockdown. We have to take steady and safe steps out of lockdown to find that COVID normal,’ Mr Andrews said on Sunday. Under Mr Andrews’ roadmap out of lockdown, residents will have to wait until November 23 for all retail stores to reopen. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said the tough restrictions will be extended from 11.59pm on September 13 for an extra 14 days From September 28, subject to public health advice, public gatherings will… Read full this story
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