How do Victoria’s coronavirus rules compare to other states?
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Bit by bit, Victoria is returning to something like 'normal'. With no new COVID-19 cases or deaths recorded for the fifth day in a row on Wednesday and active cases dropping to just 30, restrictions will be eased on Sunday. The Andrews government has already signalled the border between metropolitan and regional Victoria will likely vanish and the 25 kilometre limit on movement for Melburnians will be no more.
But while those measures will bring the state into line with other states managing a similar number of active cases, there are key differences when it comes to things like density in indoor spaces such as gyms, restaurants and our homes. We've put together a snapshot of what the coronavirus restrictions are around the country, based on the active case count for Tuesday November 3.
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