Have you been left a bit confused about exactly what you can or can't do when it comes to stage three lockdowns in the Wimmera?
Can I get a haircut? Can I play golf? Can I have my neighbour over for a cup of tea? No doubt there are a lot of questions you have right now.
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The government has released a breakdown on stage three restrictions guidelines, which should answer any questions you might have.
Reasons to leave your house: you must stay at home unless you are going to work, exercising, shopping for necessary goods, caring for someone or attending a medical appointment.
Gatherings: unfortunately, you cannot have any visitors within your home. However, you can gathering in groups of two in public.
Sport and leisure: indoor activities will be closed, including gyms, swimming pools and play centres. Outdoor activities that can be undertaken by up to two people, such as cycling, golf or surfing, are permitted, so long as social distancing is practiced.
Shopping, retail and personal services: restaurants and cafes will return to take-away only. Pubs and Clubs will close, but bottle shops will be allowed to do take-away too. Beauty and personal care services will close, but hairdressers can remain open.
Entertainment: Libraries will close, along with museums, zoos and cinemas. Only community venues hosting essential public services, such as funerals, may remain open.
Travel: All holidays and accomodation services will close, except for permanent residents, emergency housing and work purposes. You cannot visit your holiday home unless it is an emergency.
Remember, stage three comes in at midnight on Wednesday, but masks are now mandatory.
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