From 11:59pm 13 September, restrictions are easing across Victoria. With Moorabool’s restrictions changing in line with the Victorian State Government’s regional Victoria COVID-19 roadmap for reopening.
Council will continue to reassess its service delivery based on advice from the Victorian State Government.
Second step - from 11:59pm 13 September, the below restrictions are easing in Moorabool:
Public gatherings: up to 5 people from a maximum of two households can meet outdoors for social interaction (infants under 12 months of age are not included in the cap).
Visitors to the home: 1 nominated visitor if living alone/single parent (all children under 18) (‘single social bubble’), professional respite care for people with complex needs allowed.
Work: Work from home if you can.
Type: outdoor playgrounds and outdoor pools open.
Religion: places of worship closed, outdoor gatherings (not ceremonies) of up to 5 people, plus 1 faith leader, proximate to a place of worship, are allowed.
What restrictions will remain in Moorabool?
Curfew: not in place.
Leave home: only for 4 reasons, no limit on distance, special arrangements for border communities
Childcare and early educators: open.
Adult education: learn from home if you can.
Hospitality: take-away and delivery only.
Retail: open, with density and other restrictions, hairdressing open.
Real estate: private inspections and auctions online only.
Shopping: no person limits
Type: outdoor exercise and recreation allowed.
Duration: no time or frequency limit.
Weddings: allowed with up to 5 people (including the couple, two witnesses and celebrant). Funerals: allowed with up to 10 people (not including infants under 12 months of age or people required to conduct the funeral).
Intrastate travel: not allowed, unless for a permitted purpose.
Entertainment: all venues closed.
Accommodation and camping: closed, except for a permitted purpose.
Regional Victoria can move into the third step in the COVID-19 roadmap when it meets two conditions:
a 14-day average of fewer than five new cases per day;