Australia will begin to ease health isolation restrictions in Melbourne, starting tomorrow, which will be implemented for the first time in 4 months.
Daniel Andrews, Prime Minister of the Australian state of Victoria, said that the strict lockdown restrictions in Melbourne will be eased after starting tomorrow.
After the city, which is the epicenter of the outbreak of the Corona virus in the country, announced that 24 hours had passed without new cases of Covid-19 recorded for the first time in 4 months.
Melbourne, the second largest city in Australia, has been subject to lockdown restrictions since early July after a spike in Coronavirus infection rates that began in hotels where overseas arrivals were subject to quarantine.
Among the measures to ease restrictions are allowing restaurants, cafes, stores and hotels to open their doors, while reducing their capacity to 40 people indoors and 70 in open spaces.
While permitting religious rituals on a larger scale, travel from the city of Melbourne to rural areas in the state will also be permitted starting on November 9.