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    Victoria's health system will be under pressure as the state re-opens

    Victoria's health system will be under pressure as the state re-opens


    Premier Daniel Andrews today announced a plan to ease Covid-19 restrictions starting next month.

    It includes an easing of restrictions at the end of October when 70 per cent are fully vaccinated - and a further easing in November when 80 per cent are vaccinated.

    The modelling also projects Covid-19 case peaks.

    Andrews says cases will peak mid-December at 4500, hospitalisations will peak near the end of December at 3150 and in January deaths will peak at 2200.

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