Yarrawonga Chronicle

Common sense prevails ‘daily living’ back


In a restricted capacity, Mulwala Water Ski Club has been open since September 11, mainly with Mulwala residents.

“Our restaurant­s will be re-opening as from tonight and Wednesday, for evening meals only, and we will be trying some entertainm­ent on the deck Sunday with the one person per four square metre rule,” assistant manager Chris Pearn said.

“Accommodat­ion wise, the phone has been ‘ringing off the hook’ with school holiday plans by those eligible.”

All three licenced club CEOs called for a more “common sense approach” to restrictio­ns for border communitie­s by the Victorian government in a plea to bring back daily in last week’s Chronicle.

The permit change will also help Victorians who have only been stuck in these areas to come home, where they need to isolate for 14 days and get tested regularly. The areas changing are those which are not in lockdown and are listed at www.nsw. gov.au/covid-19/rules/limited-restrictio­ns. People who have been in an Extreme Risk Zone – such as Albury – in the previous 14 days are still required to obtain a Cross-Border Community – Extreme Risk Zone permit and travel only for permitted reason should they wish to enter or re-enter Vic toria. For more informatio­n on Victoria’ travel permit system, visit www.coronaviru­s vic.gov.au/victorian-travel-permit-system On Sunday, the Victorian Government has an nounced Victoria’s new roadmap to delive the National Plan to transition Australia’s Na tional COVID-19 Response. Here is summary of how it affects regional Victorians.

For more informatio­n on Victoria’s Road map to Deliver the National Plan visit corona virus.vic.gov.au

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