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Hope on the horizon: Some of Melbourne's hated Stage Four restrictions are likely to be revised or scrapped next week even though the city is on course to miss coronavirus target

  • Premier Dan Andrews has hinted that some restrictions will be eased next week
  • People may be allowed to gather outside in groups and 5km rule could be axed  
  • Restrictions could be eased despite the city missing a key coronavirus target 

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has hinted that some of the hated Stage Four lockdown restrictions could be scrapped or revised next week.

Greater freedoms are likely to be brought forward even though Victoria is unlikely to meet its coronavirus target.

Premier Daniel Andrews has overhauled his roadmap to recovery, saying some restrictions would ease 'significantly'.

 Melbourne's all-important rolling 14-day case average dropped to 9.3 on Sunday according to coronavirus statistics website

For restrictions to ease to Step Three under the original road map to recovery, Melbourne's 14-day average had to fall below five, with less than five mystery cases for a fortnight. 

Melbourne's all-important rolling 14-day case average dropped to 9.3 on Sunday while regional Victoria's is at 0.4. 

It was hoped that Victoria would reach its targets ahead of schedule and the expected Step Three date was brought forward from October 26 to October 19.

Premier Daniel Andrews said that there would be 'significant' changes next week as he addressed reporters on Sunday

 Read More Here: Daily Mail

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