What are the new rules as restrictions ease in Victoria? Caps are to be removed for events and there are changes to isolation rules as Victoria reaches 90 per cent of people aged over 12 fully vaccinated. With restrictions easing, the Australian Open can play before a full house.The annual Boxing Day cricket test match in Melbourne will also be allowed to take place before a full-capacity crowd. This is a day to celebrate, but the pandemic is far from overThe easing of restrictions is more than welcome. However, it’s too early to declare victory over COVID-19. Most of Victoria's remaining COVID-19 rules are set to ease from midnightVictoria will lift almost all remaining COVID-19 public health restrictions from midnight as the state reaches for 90 per cent double-dose vaccination coverage. Victoria to ditch restrictions for fully vaccinated people from midnightFrom Friday there will be no limits on visitors to homes and the number of patrons at cafes and restaurants as state nears 90% vaccination milestone Vaccinated Victorians wake to new freedoms as state records 1273 new COVID-19 casesFrom today, a Victorian’s vaccination status will determine what they can and can’t do as the government battles to get its new pandemic laws through parliament. Most of Victoria's COVID-19 rules ease for the fully vaccinatedVictoria has lifted almost all remaining COVID-19 public health restrictions as the state reaches for 90 per cent double-dose vaccination coverage. Most of Victoria's COVID-19 rules set to ease for the fully vaccinatedVictoria will lift almost all remaining COVID-19 public health restrictions as the state reaches for 90 per cent double-dose vaccination coverage.