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New restrictions as Victoria records virus case

Latest COVID 19 restrictions as Victoria records v
Photo: A snapshot of Melbourne's new restrictions
A snapshot of the latest coronavirus restrictions following Victoria's latest outbreak.

MELBOURNE, AAP - NEW COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS FOR GREATER MELBOURNE FROM 6PM TUESDAY:

* Home gatherings limited to five visitors per day, public gatherings limited to 30 people.
* Mandatory masks indoors for people aged 12 and over.
* Schools and workplaces to stay open, as will shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs.
* No changes to current density limits.
* People from Greater Melbourne can travel to regional Victoria, but their restrictions travel with them
* Hospital and aged care visitor restrictions to apply across Victoria.
* Public Health Advisory Panel to decide on whether events such as AFL games and the RISING festival can go ahead as planned.
* Ticket sales for round 11 and 12 AFL games suspended ahead of the panel's advice.

TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

ACT:
* Anyone in Canberra who has been in Melbourne within the past 14 days must complete an online declaration form by 6pm Tuesday.
* Greater Melbourne arrivals in the fortnight up to May 24 who have been to an exposure site must get tested and quarantine for 14 days.
* Non-ACT residents who have been to an exposure site cannot enter the ACT without an approved exemption.

NSW:
* Any Greater Melbourne arrivals must fill out a travel declaration form.
* Restrictions on arrivals who have been in the City of Whittlesea.
* Any arrival from May 10 who has attended an exposure site at a time listed must contact NSW Health immediately.

NORTHERN TERRITORY:
* Testing and quarantine rules apply, depending on when travellers arrived from Victoria and which exposure sites they visited.

QUEENSLAND:
* Anyone who has visited a Melbourne exposure site must quarantine for 14 days from 1am on Wednesday.
* Anyone already in Queensland who has been to one of the sites must be tested and quarantine.
* Queenslanders urged to reconsider their travel to northern Melbourne suburbs.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA:
* Any Victorian arrivals before May 24 at 8.25pm who have visited an exposure site must get tested multiple times, quarantine for 14 days and wear a face mask.
* After 8.25pm on May 24, anyone who has visited an exposure site cannot enter SA.
* "Zone B" arrivals from the City of Whittlesea from May 6 to May 24 at 8.25pm must be tested and isolate until they have a negative result. They must also get tested on days five and 13 after their arrival.

TASMANIA:
* All recent arrivals from Victoria being contacted.
* Any arrivals who have visited the exposure sites at designated times must isolate and get tested.
* Anyone intending to travel to Tasmania who has been to an exposure site cannot enter the state, without an exemption. They must quarantine for 14 days.
* Anyone who has been in Melbourne, and especially Whittlesea, since May 5 are urged to monitor for any virus symptoms.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA:
* Anyone who has visited an exposure site should get tested and quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure.
* All other Victorian arrivals from May 6 should stay vigilant for symptoms.

NEW ZEALAND:
* Three-day suspension of the travel bubble to take effect from 8pm NZST tonight.

MELBOURNE'S COVID-19 EXPOSURE SITES

Exposure sites available via https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites

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