UPDATED Wednesday 24 March
The COVID-19 restrictions set to ease for Victoria includes:
Masks will no longer be needed in retail settings, including supermarkets, from 6pm Friday 26 March, but are encouraged where you cannot physically distance.
You will be able to host up to 100 people at home gatherings each day, and meet outdoors in groups of up to 200.
For employees, there will now be a density limit of one person per 2 square metres.
Public servants will be asked to return to the office at least three days a week - Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) Victorian branch secretary Karen Batt said the move would not be compulsory and would be the subject of negotiation consistent with EBA provisions.
Nightclubs, dancefloors, casinos and karaoke venues will be subject to a density limit of one person per 2 square metres with no cap on overall patrons.
Indoor non-seated entertainment venues will be able to reach 75 per cent capacity with an overall limit of 1,000 people per space.
Gyms and exercise facilities will move to a less restrictive density limit of one person per 2 square metres, or one person per 4 square metres when unstaffed.
Businesses will be required to either move to the Service Victoria QR code system or ensure their own QR code, which may be linked to a food or drink ordering system, is sharing data with the government in real-time.
AFL crowds will be boosted to 75 per cent of stadium capacity - This will come into effect Thursday 25th March.
Masks are still required on public transport, taxis, ridesharing services and in aged care homes and hospitals.