Authorities in Victoria have relaxed Covid-19 restrictions and Crown Melbourne has announced the reopening of its hotels and restaurants, but the casino will remain closed
Australia.- The state of Victoria has eased Covid-19 restrictions after the state reached a 70 per cent full vaccination rate. The 10km travel limit in Melbourne has been removed but travel to regional areas remains prohibited.
Crown Melbourne has announced it has been allowed to welcome back guests to its hotels and selected restaurants from Friday October 22. However, the casino venue will remain closed until further notice.
Crown Melbourne will request official proof of vaccination or a medical contraindication certificate from visitors upon arrival.
In the state of Queensland, the government has announced that once a 70 per cent vaccination rate is achieved, people travelling from a domestic hotspot will be required to show a negative Covid-19 test and undergo a 14-day quarantine. The government expects to reach an 80 per cent vaccination rate by December.