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From 11.59pm on Friday 17th September, there will be some further easing of restrictions in regional Victoria, except for City of Ballarat. Changes in red.
Indoor physical rec: Open with 10 people indoor and 20 outdoor per venue.
Indoor pools: Open. Up to 50 people outdoor and 20 people indoor. Hydrotherapy and swimming lessons may occur. Spas, saunas and steam rooms closed.
Play centres, indoor skateparks, indoor trampolining centres: remain closed.
Outdoor playgrounds, communal gym equipment and skateparks: Open
Outdoor personal training: Allowed with up to 10 people and a trainer
Community sport: Permitted outdoor training only with the minimum number required to train. Spectators are prohibited except one parent permitted to supervise children
Community recreation facilities: Outdoors only with up to 20 people per facility.
Outdoor pools: Open with up to 50 people
GREATER MELBOURNE and BALLARAT:
From 11.59pm on Friday 17th September, there will be some further easing of restrictions in Melbourne and the City of Ballarat. Changes in red.
Stay at home except for one of the 6 reasons. The additional reason is:
As regards coaching:
Outdoor physical recreation & sport: CLOSED.
Outdoor skateparks and gym equipment OPEN.
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