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Australia Victoria records just 12 new COVID-19 cases in major step forward

03:41  26 september  2020
03:41  26 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Victoria has recorded just 12 new COVID - 19 cases and one more death in the past 24 hours, in another major step forward for the state. The Department of Health and Human Services announced the lowest death toll in months on their Twitter on Saturday. Metropolitan Melbourne is currently in the

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Victoria has recorded just 12 new COVID-19 cases and one more death in the past 24 hours, in another major step forward for the state. 

The Department of Health and Human Services announced one of the lowest death tolls in months on Saturday.

Metropolitan Melbourne is currently in the First Step to reopening the state - but could move to the second step soon.

The Second Step is when the daily average case rate drops between 30 to 50 cases over a 14-day period.

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is scheduled to end on September 13, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says, as the state records 113 new coronavirus cases and 12 Cases linked to aged care and healthcare worker outbreaks are driving a significant proportion of new Victoria COVID - 19 snapshot. Confirmed cases so far: 19,728.

Talking points A total of 75 new coronavirus cases in Victoria have been confirmed since Sunday There are no new COVID - 19 deaths, with the state's current death toll at 20 Professor Sutton said, but would be a "harder step " and not necessarily proportionate to the

The DHHS announced this wouldn't happen before September 28.

a group of people on a sidewalk next to a tree with Cours Mirabeau in the background: Victoria has recorded just 12 new COVID-19 cases and one more death in the past 24 hours, in another major step forward for the state (pictured, person walks through Southbank during restrictions) © Provided by Daily Mail Victoria has recorded just 12 new COVID-19 cases and one more death in the past 24 hours, in another major step forward for the state (pictured, person walks through Southbank during restrictions) Daniel Andrews holding a sign posing for the camera: The Daniel Andrews (pictured) Government has a Three-Step plan on how to get Victoria to a 'COVID-normal' © Provided by Daily Mail The Daniel Andrews (pictured) Government has a Three-Step plan on how to get Victoria to a 'COVID-normal'

Regional Victoria has been under the Second Step of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions since September 14.  

Under the the Second Step the curfew between 9pm and 5am is still in place and you must stay within 5km of your home - but restrictions around shopping, who people can see and hospitality are all eased.

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Victoria has recorded 11 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. At least two of the infections are linked to the cedar meats processing plant, which

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has said the state has recorded 17 new coronavirus cases overnight. Victoria 's case numbers are now the highest they've

This stage allows for public gatherings of up to five people from two households for exercise, recreation or social interaction for a maximum of two hours.

Anyone in living alone or is a single parent can form a single social bubble - and any dependents who are cannot be left alone can be included in the bubble. 

'If the person you nominate to be in your bubble lives with other people, you can only visit if they are at home alone. Alternatively, they can visit you at home,' the rule states.

More work places will be included in the permitted industries that can leave their home to go to work, and there are moves to bring certain year groups back for on-site education.

This includes childcare, kindergarten to grade two and VCE students.

a group of people walking on a city street: Melbourne remains under the first step of lockdown restrictions, while regional Victoria has been under the Second Step of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions since September 14 © Provided by Daily Mail Melbourne remains under the first step of lockdown restrictions, while regional Victoria has been under the Second Step of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions since September 14

Hospitality businesses would be allowed to open up once more but can only do takeaway or deliveries.

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Some retail stores would be allowed to open but they must be deemed 'essential' and all other stores must be click and collect. 

Only one person would be allowed to go shopping per household every day.   

Outdoor recreation still must be within 5km of your home but personal training can be done in pairs and outdoor pools will open up.

Melburnians can exercise under the Second Step for two hours per day but it can only be split into two blocks.

Weddings can be held on compassionate groups with up to five people - this includes the couple, celebrant and two witnesses.

Funerals can have ten people and those required to conduct the funeral and children under 12 months old are not included in this cap. 

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Places of worship would remain closed under the Second Step of eased restrictions but there can be up to five people gathered outdoors - plus one faith leader - to worship.

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Victoria recorded seven deaths and 671 new cases on Sunday with community transmission still concerning. NSW has recorded 12 new cases today. Queensland's latest case of COVID - 19 flew on a Jetstar flight from Sydney to the Sunshine Coast while infectious, sparking a public health alert for

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All entertainment venues and accommodation would remain closed under the Second Step, and no travel is allowed within Victoria. 

 The Third Step would be when there are less than five cases over a 14-day period. 


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