Reopening Victoria

Ease of Restriction

Victoria is planning to reopen business and cafes with slow but steady measures

Cafes, restaurants, and other hospitality businesses have officially been announced by the Victorian government to be resumed by 1st of June 2020.

Consulting closely with Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government is very cautious and careful with this plan. The reason why Victoria is reopening its state slowly is due to the fact of low numbers of COVID-19 transmissions and high negative testing. This gives light to Victoria to rebuild its economy.


However, to prepare for this change, The Victoria Government still suggest to be careful and the team of worker’s representatives is tailoring clear, detailed, and practical guidelines for the reopening cafes, restaurants, and other relevant hospitality business. For instance, it is imperative to train staff and put new practices in place that only allow 20 patrons per enclosed space and promote social distancing. The details will be then released by 25th May 2020.

  • From 1 June with up to 20 patrons per enclosed space

  • From 22 June with up to 50 patrons per enclosed space

  • With up to 100 patrons per enclosed space during the second half of July

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