Covid Victoria lockdown restrictions: Melbourne and regional Vic new coronavirus rules explained | Victoria

Victoria has extended its seven-day “circuit-breaker lockdown” to 14 days in response to the growing Covid cluster in Melbourne’s northern suburbs.

The initial seven-day lockdown applied to the entire state until Thursday 3 June, however on Wednesday 2 June, with over 350 exposure sites, the Victorian government announced the lockdown would be extended for greater Melbourne, with some small changes, until 11.59pm Thursday 10 June.

The following rules apply from 11.59pm Thursday 3 June to greater Melbourne and regional Victoria.