From Monday, Victorians were set to enjoy some of the benefits of eased coronavirus restrictions that many other Australians have been revelling in for weeks.
Cafes, restaurants and pubs were set to increase capacity from 20 people to 50, for instance.
But that won’t be happening. In fact, from midnight Sunday, Victorians will have some COVID-19 restrictions reimposed – and they will be enforced by police. A state of emergency will remain in place for the next month.
Household gatherings will be restricted to a maximum of five guests, and public gatherings will have a limit of 10 people. And getting pubs and cafes back to some semblance of normality – well that’s going to have to wait too. Sydney Morning Herold: Full Story Here