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The Ashes: England’s Australian Boxing Day event to welcome ability crowds

England’s Boxing Day Ash Test at the 100,000-seat Melbourne Cricket Ground and Australian Open will welcome capacity crowds after Victoria lifted its Covid-19 restrictions


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The Australian Open tennis Grand Slam and Boxing Day cricket test match in Melbourne may receive crowds as Covid-19 restrictions ease in the state of Victoria, authorities said Thursday.

Victoria Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said that as of 11.59pm (12.59am GMT) on Thursday, there will no longer be limits on meetings in the state.

“Whether it’s 100,000 people at the MCG on Boxing Day or a smaller group of people standing at the … local pub, this is the normal COVID that all Victorians have built,” he said at a conference. press.

The relaxed restrictions will be welcomed by Australia’s major sports, which have had significant revenue impacts due to crowd limits in Melbourne, the country’s second-largest city and capital of the state of Victoria, through the pandemic.

The last Australian Open in February was limited to 30,000 people a day, about half Melbourne Park’s usual capacity, before all fans were banned for five days due to a quick lockout.

The Australian Open tennis Grand Slam, won by Novak Djokovic last year, can have crowds

The Australian Open tennis Grand Slam, won by Novak Djokovic last year, can have crowds

Melbourne's Boxing Day cricket test match may receive capacity crowds

Melbourne's Boxing Day cricket test match may receive capacity crowds

Melbourne’s Boxing Day cricket test match may receive capacity crowds

Last year’s Boxing Day event between Australia and India was capped at 30,000 a day at the 100,000-seat Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Ashes’ last test against England at the stadium in 2017 drew a crowd of over 88,000 on Boxing Day alone.

Australia will face Joe Root’s England at MCG starting December 26 during the upcoming Ashes series of five rounds.

Victoria has progressively eased restrictions as Covid-19 vaccination rates have skyrocketed in recent weeks.

Authorities expect 90 percent of people 12 and older in the state to be fully vaccinated by the end of the week.

Victoria finally lifted her Covid-19 restrictions as of midnight Thursday with the dance floors on, house parties are allowed and no caps are allowed for pub goers, Prime Minister Daniel Andrews announced.

Victoria finally lifted her Covid-19 restrictions as of midnight Thursday with the dance floors on, house parties are allowed and no caps are allowed for pub goers, Prime Minister Daniel Andrews announced.

Victoria finally lifted her Covid-19 restrictions as of midnight Thursday with dance floors on, house parties are allowed and there are no caps for pub goers, Prime Minister Daniel Andrews announced.

CHANGES IN VICTORY

No density limits in hospitality places

There are no limits for visitors in a house.

Weddings and funerals can be held with no client limits as long as the guests are vaccinated.

Dance floors will be allowed

Masks will remain mandatory for primary school staff and visitors and for students from Year 3 to Year 6, for workers in hospitality places, for workers and customers in indoor retail stores, for visitors and workers select in hospitals or care facilities, and for people who use public services. transport

Covid-positive Victorians will only have to isolate for ten days instead of 14

Household contacts can be isolated for seven days if vaccinated

Close contacts of a case are required to receive a test and only isolate until negative

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