What the new coronavirus restrictions mean for Victorians

The Victorian government on Sunday announced the new lockdown rules that will apply to the state.

The government had already foreshadowed a number of significant changes including changes to mask-wearing rules, household visits and patron limits at hospitality and entertainment venues.

Premier Daniel Andrews on Sunday morning confirmed this and more. So what are those new rules?

Below you'll find a building list of what we know about each of the levels, when they will apply and what they mean. Previous announcements have shown there is often room for clarification and exceptions so please check back as this story will be updated to reflect new information.

Movement, visiting and masks

From 11.59pm, Sunday, November 22

    • Not required outdoors where people can physically distance;
    • Required indoors – workplaces, shopping, public transport, hospitals, ride shares;
    • Carry a mask at all times;
    • 15 visitors per day to homes;
    • Public gatherings – limit of up to 50 people

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