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Corona news for  Vic
Regional Victoria to ease coronavirus restrictions again and move to third step in roadmap to reopening
Regional Victoria will move to stage three of its coronavirus reopening plan from Thursday, meaning sitting in a restaurant, meeting up to 10 people outdoors, kids sport and traveling for a holiday will all be allowed.
Casey coronavirus cluster centres around five Melbourne households that broke the 5km limit and home-visit rules
Victoria's largest coronavirus cluster outside of aged care is centred around five households whose residents broke the stay-at-home rules to travel outside their 5km radius and visit each other, Victorian health authorities say.

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