Restrictions are easing in Regional Victoria from tonight, but there are plans to introduce a new law for us workers.
And that is all Victoria workplaces will have QR codes that us staff members must use everyday.
Acting Premier James Merlino made the announcement of QR codes becoming compulsory in all workplaces yesterday.
He also said, quote: "Previously it has only been mandatory for customer-facing services, but through this outbreak we have seen a number of cases occur in office settings, so we want to take the next step on this. We will be looking to consult with industry over the next few days around implementation and we will finalise the details next week ahead of the requirements coming into effect."
Here is what's going on in Melbourne from 11.59pm tonight:
Visitors to your home
- 2 adults daily, together or separate, plus dependants
Public social gatherings
- Maximum of 20 people outside the home
Open (most subject to a density of 1 per 4sqm):
- Food and drink venues - seated, maximum of 150 people per venue, with a maximum of 75 indoors
- Religious venues - max 150 people per venue, max 75 indoors
- Funerals - max 75 people
- Weddings - max 20 people, including the couple and witnesses
- Hairdressing, beauty can remain open - customer can remove mask for service
- Indoor physical recreation - max 150 people per venue, max 50 inside.
- Outdoor community sport - all ages training and competition with minimum number of people required to participate in the activity.
- Outdoor physical recreation – maximum of 150 people per venue - no venue limit if 100 meters can be maintained
- Indoor play centres, skate parks, trampolining - max 50 people inside
- Indoor entertainment venues - seated and unseated, 75 people
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