Australia Shops and beauty salons reopening in Melbourne - what can you do?

10:56  26 october  2020
10:56  26 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Beauty salons , tattoo parlours and spas can reopen in Victoria on June 1. However, several strict restrictions will apply to those venues reopening . Barbers and hairdressers have remained open , but check with your venue about how they’ re minimising risks in their salons .

'Now is the time': Melbourne shops , pubs, cafes and restaurants will finally open tomorrow night after three Melbourne residents will finally be able to leave their homes for any reason from Tuesday night as pubs, shops Gyms and indoor fitness will be able to reopen . Holiday accommodation to re - open .

All retail stores, shopping centres, food courts and beauty and personal services will be allowed to reopen in metropolitan Melbourne from Wednesday.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews made the announcement today, confirming Melbourne will be coming out of lockdown at 11.59pm tomorrow and moving to the Third Step.

There will still be limits on the number of people allowed in stores and venues at one time, and masks remain mandatory in Victoria.

READ MORE: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews' full statement

LIVE UPDATES: Melbourne lockdown update; Four new COVID-19 cases in NSW

the inside of a building: An empty shopping arcade in Melbourne in August, 2020. © AP Photo/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake An empty shopping arcade in Melbourne in August, 2020.

Shopping and retail

From Tuesday night shopping centres, retail stores, and food courts will reopen in Melbourne.

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People must maintain 1.5 metres from others, but will now be allowed to shop with a friend or family member.

Some businesses will be required to keep a record of who visited their store for more than 15 minutes.

For people in metropolitan Melbourne they still must visit their closest stores, and only for necessary supplies.

DOWNLOAD HERE: Extensive summary of the Third Step and further easing of restrictions in Melbourne

Beauty and personal care

All beauty and personal care services can reopen in metropolitan Melbourne from Tuesday night.

This includes hairdressers and barbers, beauty therapy, spray-tanning, waxing and nail salons, spa and massage services and tattoo and piercing services.

Employees and visitors at these businesses must wear a face mask at all times and the four-square metre rule applies.

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Melbourne has entered step two of Victoria's roadmap out of COVID-19 restriction, following What restrictions are in place in Melbourne ? What can residents in regional Victoria do ? Visit a hairdressing salon or barber. Use outdoor swimming pools with a maximum of 30 people at one time.

But studios and salons won’t look the same when they do open . Workers and customers must wear face masks, adopt far more intense cleaning practices The guidance on nail salons has been highly anticipated. The Professional Beauty Federation of California sued the state in May to reopen hair

Services such as facials, certain face tattoos, lip waxing, or certain face piercings where it is not possible to wear a face mask are not allowed.

Brothels remain closed.

READ MORE: All Victorian students to return to classrooms from today

Opening as of Tuesday, October 27 at 11.59pm

  • All retail
  • Restaurants, café, hotel and bars reopen
  • Indoor max of 20 people seated, 10 people per space
  • Outdoor 50 people, 1 person per 2 square metre
  • Beauty, tattoos and personal services open - must wear a mask
  • Outdoor Community sport for U18 returning
  • Outdoor non-contact sport for adults returning

Travel changes, October 27 at 11.59pm

  • Four reasons to leave home removed
  • 25km limit remains
  • Regional and metro border remains

At your home, October 27 at 11.59pm

  • Outdoor gathering max of 10 people – infants under 12 months not included
  • More than two households but can't exceed 10 people.
  • Weddings 10 people
  • Funerals 20 people

Religious gatherings, October 27 at 11.59pm

  • Indoor 10 people + 1 faith leader
  • Outdoor 20 people + 1 faith leader

From Sunday 8 November at 11.59pm

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Removed :

  • 25 km travel limit
  • Metropolitan Melbourne/Regional border

And then align with settings that will be in place in regional Victoria.

Open :

Gyms and fitness studios

  • Maximum of 20 people
  • Maximum of 10 people per space
  • Density of one person per 8 sqm

Major changes

Restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars, clubs

  • Indoor: maximum of 40 people with 10 people per space.
  • Outdoor: maximum of 70 people with one person per 2 sqm

Religious gatherings

  • Outdoors: maximum of 50 people plus one faith leader
  • Indoors: maximum of 20 people, plus one faith leader


  • Indoors: maximum of 20 mourners
  • Outdoors: maximum of 50 mourners

Indoor community sport

  • Non-contact sport for aged 18 years and under
  • Sports capable of 1.5 metre distancing

Indoor pools

  • Maximum of 20 people, open for all ages

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