February 25 – According to an Australian website report, there have been no new cases of COVID-19 in Victoria for the sixth consecutive day.
Victoria Governor Andrews said that the Victoria government hopes to relax the restrictions to the level of last Christmas. At the same time, Queensland also announced on the 25th that it was ready to open the border with Greater Melbourne, Victoria, from 1:00 a.m. on the 27th.
According to reports, Andrews said on the 25th that it was still too early to confirm the relaxation of the restrictions, but was “very optimistic”.
He said he hoped that the relaxation of the restrictions could be announced before the 26th, and the relevant policy changes could take effect from 00:00 on the 27th.
At the same time, Andrews also said that he hoped to restore Victoria to the situation last Christmas.
At that time, the family could receive up to 30 visitors.
On the other hand, with no new cases in Victoria for six consecutive days, Queensland Governor Palazik announced on the 25th that, on the recommendation of the Chief Health Officer, restrictions on people in high-risk areas of Greater Melbourne will be lifted from 1:00 a.m. on the 27th.
This means that travelers from Victoria are no longer required to hold border passes, and travel from Greater Melbourne to Queensland is no longer required to be quarantined.
In addition, South Australia will open travel restrictions on Greater Melbourne from 00:30 on the 26th. Tastagland will welcome the people of Melbourne again from 00:00 on the 27th.