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The statistics mean Victoria's coronavirus death count remains at 816 and the national toll is 904.

Speaking to reporters at a highly anticipated press conference on Sunday morning, Mr Andrews outlined changes to the lockdown measures in the state.

The 5 kilometre travel restriction will be extended to 25 kilometres. Public gatherings will remain tightly limited, and retailers and restaurants must operate only on take-away or delivery orders, with the state government eyeing their reopening by November 1.

Outdoor gatherings will also increase from five people to 10 from two households, while facilities such as skate parks, golf courses and tennis courts will reopen.

Skate parks and DIY vehicle washes will reopen.

"Following further considerations in public health advice, I can announce that beauty and personal services where a mask can be worn for the entire time that the person is getting the services they are accessing, will be able to proceed in the third step alongside hairdressers", Mr Andrews said.

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Retail will be allowed to open back up with a COVIDsafe plan next month.

"As other parts of the world are going into a deadly winter, with lockdowns and restrictions that are heartbreaking", Victoria can now "build a Covid-normal 2021", he said. Yes these lockdowns have come with significant pain and damage, but this strategy is working.

Contact sports will recommence from this date, and a maximum of 10 people will be allowed at weddings, with 20 mourners allowed at funerals.

Outdoor religious gatherings will also increase to 20 people. But security failures at quarantine hotels for returning travellers and poor communication of critical information to migrant communities allowed the virus to roar back in Victoria.

"We understand and sympathise with the frustration and concern expressed by businesses about the ongoing cost and impact on their jobs and livelihoods of this second wave", the trio said. "The following will be open subject to conditions from midnight the first of November".

However Mr Andrews said Mr Hunt was not an epidemiologist and accused him of "playing games", before adding that he would not be rushed in reopening Victoria.

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"But they are the steps we can safely take that will make life a little bit easier".

Andrews said that 23 of the travellers had been tracked down, at 16 addresses.

But officials wanted to have a "conversation" with the passengers from New Zealand to ensure they knew what the specific rules for the state of Victoria were.

Acting federal immigration minister Alan Tudge said the arrivals should not have surprised the Victorian government, because it had been discussed by the nation's top health committee on Monday where he said Victoria's Chief Health Officer was present.

'I, like so many other Victorians - be they in the health, legal, business or broader community - will not be silenced nor stand by as our fellow Victorians lose their liberties and have their economic livelihoods damaged, ' he said.

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