Current COVID-19 restrictions
Victoria - Anyone leaving Victoria after 11:59pm Thursday 27 May and entering the ACT, must stay at home. This requirement will be in place until at least 11:59pm on Thursday 3 June.
Anyone travelling to the ACT who left Victoria before 11:59pm tonight and has been in Greater Melbourne in the last 14 days must complete an online declaration form.
Anyone who has been in Victoria in the last 14 days should keep checking the ACT COVID-19 areas of concern page to check the current list of exposure locations.
Anyone who has been in Whittlesea City in the last 14 days must get tested for COVID-19 and isolate.
All other COVID Normal restrictions remain in place, in particular:
No limit on household gatherings.
Businesses can have up to 25 people across the venue. If businesses want to have more than 25 people, they can use the one person per two square metres of usable space rule.
Unless otherwise provided for in the Public Health Direction, gatherings and events over 1,000 people need an exemption from ACT Health.
Enclosed outdoor venues with permanent tiered seating and grandstands can have 100% capacity for fixed seating, provided events are ticketed and seated and a COVID Safety Plan is in place for each event. Density for any unfixed seating areas should be calculated using the one person per two square metre rule, up to 1,000 people.
Outdoor sporting activities and swimming pools can use one person per two square metre of usable space in indoor and outdoor spaces, up to 1,000 people across the site at any one time.
Patrons can stand while eating and drinking in indoor and outdoor areas.
All restricted businesses must have a COVID Safety Plan in place, which is reviewed regularly.
For further industry-specific information on restrictions currently in effect, refer to the Business and Work section.