Coronavirus Testing Ramps Up In Regional Victoria As Health Authorities Work To Contain Kilmore COVID-19 Cluster

KILMORE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Medical professionals are seen at Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall on October 10, 2020 in Kilmore, Australia. A pop-up COVID-19 testing site has been set up in Kilmore after following a cluster outbreak in the regional Victorian town. Victoria has recorded 14 new cases of COVID-19 and 0 deaths overnight. Coronavirus restrictions eased slightly across Melbourne from Monday 28 September as Victoria enters into its second step in the government's roadmap to reopening. The overnight curfew no longer applies. Up to five people from no more than two households are able to gather outside. Childcare can reopen and restrictions have been lifted on some workplaces, with industries allowed to commence a partial return to work in Melbourne if they have COVID-safe plans in place. Weddings will be allowed outdoors, with a limit of five people, including the couple and two witnesses. Outdoor religious gatherings and ceremonies will be allowed, but with a limit of five people plus one faith leader. Metropolitan Melbourne has been subject to Stage 4 restrictions since 2 August 2020 in response to the re-emergence of COVID-19 in the community. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)
KILMORE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Medical professionals are seen at Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall on October 10, 2020 in Kilmore, Australia. A pop-up COVID-19 testing site has been set up in Kilmore after following a cluster outbreak in the regional Victorian town. Victoria has recorded 14 new cases of COVID-19 and 0 deaths overnight. Coronavirus restrictions eased slightly across Melbourne from Monday 28 September as Victoria enters into its second step in the government's roadmap to reopening. The overnight curfew no longer applies. Up to five people from no more than two households are able to gather outside. Childcare can reopen and restrictions have been lifted on some workplaces, with industries allowed to commence a partial return to work in Melbourne if they have COVID-safe plans in place. Weddings will be allowed outdoors, with a limit of five people, including the couple and two witnesses. Outdoor religious gatherings and ceremonies will be allowed, but with a limit of five people plus one faith leader. Metropolitan Melbourne has been subject to Stage 4 restrictions since 2 August 2020 in response to the re-emergence of COVID-19 in the community. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)
Coronavirus Testing Ramps Up In Regional Victoria As Health Authorities Work To Contain Kilmore COVID-19 Cluster
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