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Thousands of CBD workers will start returning to their offices from Monday, after Premier Daniel Andrews gave the green light to up to 50 per cent of desks being filled.Thousands of CBD workers will start returning to their offices from Monday, after Premier Daniel Andrews gave the green light to up to 50 per cent of desks being filled.

Face masks will no longer be mandatory in all indoor spaces across Victoria, following the state’s eight straight day of no new local cases of coronavirus.Face masks will no longer be mandatory in all indoor spaces across Victoria, following the state’s eight straight day of no new local cases of coronavirus.

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Up to half of private sector employees will be allowed to return to the workplace from Monday, while the public sector will have up to 25 of its staff on-site, as mask rules relax.Up to half of private sector employees will be allowed to return to the workplace from Monday, while the public sector will have up to 25 of its staff on-site, as mask rules relax.

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Twenty travellers who have arrived in Victoria from Queensland in the last fortnight have been ordered to isolate and get tested for coronavirus following Brisbane quarantine cluster.Twenty travellers who have arrived in Victoria from Queensland in the last fortnight have been ordered to isolate and get tested for coronavirus following Brisbane quarantine cluster.

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From 11.59pm on Sunday, Victorians will no longer be required to wear masks in all indoor settings. The mask restrictions will be rolled back to the same rules as were in place at Christmas. That m…

Mask restrictions and office worker limits to be relaxed from Monday – 3AW

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And more Melburnians will be able to return to the office.And more Melburnians will be able to return to the office.

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed restrictions would from 11:59 PM on Sunday be wound back around workforce capacity and mask-wearing as the state recorded its eighth consecutive day of zero new COVID-19 cases. Mr Andrews confirmed private sector businesses will from Monday be permitted to return to 50 per cent capacity of its workforce while the public sector will return to 25 per cent. The Premier also confirmed mask settings would be wound back to pre-Christmas settings from Monday, with masks only required in higher-risk settings. "From Monday the 18th, we'll revert back to the Christmas mask settings... we moved from, shopping centres, supermarkets, public transport, those sorts of environments where you'd wear a mask... we moved to all indoor settings," he said. "In relation to Sydney and the red zone, I have no announcements to make but... we are working to reduce the total red zone to some priority or local government areas of high concern." Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed restrictions would from 11:59 PM on Sunday be wound back around workforce capacity and mask-wearing as the state recorded its eighth consecutive day of zero new COVID-19 cases. Mr Andrews confirmed private sector businesses will from Monday be permitted to return to 50 per cent capacity of its workforce while the public sector will return to 25 per cent. The Premier also confirmed mask settings would be wound back to pre-Christmas settings from Monday, with masks only required in higher-risk settings. "From Monday the 18th, we'll revert back to the Christmas mask settings... we moved from, shopping centres, supermarkets, public transport, those sorts of environments where you'd wear a mask... we moved to all indoor settings," he said. "In relation to Sydney and the red zone, I have no announcements to make but... we are working to reduce the total red zone to some priority or local government areas of high concern."

Mask rules will be eased and workers will be able to return to the office at a greater capacity in Victoria...

Coronavirus Victoria update: Mask wearing eased, return to work to proceed on Monday after no locally acquired COVID-19 cases

Victorians will revert to some of the COVID restrictions that were in place at Christmas.Victorians will revert to some of the COVID restrictions that were in place at Christmas.

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The state government has announced rules for wearing masks inside will be eased.The state government has announced rules for wearing masks inside will be eased.

Face mask rules in Victoria to be eased on Sunday, January 17 | The Courier | Ballarat, VIC

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