Anxious wait in Melbourne after dry cleaners test positive
Yesterday it was revealed another worker at the dry cleaners has also been infected.
While the two cases were announced yesterday, Victoria lifted the strictest rules of its lockdown at midnight.
But face masks are still required in all indoor settings save for at home, unless an exception applies.
Yesterday Victoria expanded its red zones to keep potentially infected people from NSW out of the state.
All of Greater Sydney and Wollongong will now be considered a red zone, meaning people from there will not be able to enter Victoria.
Those rules came into effect at 11.59pm overnight.
That means non-Victorian residents who have been in Sydney and Wollongong in the past two weeks are banned from entering the state and Victorians will have to get a red zone permit and quarantine at home for 14 days.