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Much of Australia is moving forward with the relaxation of restrictions today.
In this update:
0:06 – In New South Wales non-essential regional travel is now allowed and up to fifty customers can be served at restaurants, cafes and pubs.
0:13 – Victoria is permitting up to 20 people in venues and the same limit for gatherings at home. Tourist accommodation.. Caravan parks and camping spots are open.
0:24 – Queensland is bringing forward its next stage of relaxations, allowing intra-state travel. Pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes will be allowed to serve up to 20 patrons.
0:34 – Up to 80 people allowed in SA hospitality venues, cinemas, beauty salons & gyms.
In more detail:
1:15 – Lara Hyams in Sydney
2:53 – Elias Clure in Melbourne
5:35 – Talissa Siganto in Brisbane
7:10 – Helen Frost in Adelaide
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