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Attendance of up to 30,000 a day approved for Melbourne’s Australian Open – ABC News

Victoria’s Chief Health Officer gives approval for between 25,000 to 30,000 people a day to attend the Australian Open in Melbourne next month — about half the…

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Victoria’s Chief Health Officer has given approval for between 25,000 to 30,000 people a day to attend the Australian Open in Melbourne next month.
Minister for Sport Martin Pakula today announced that the event’s COVID-safe plan would allow a daily crowd capacity of 30,000 for first eight days of the tournament and then 25,000 per day from the start of the quarter-finals about half the average attendance in recent years.
The State Government said “rigorous” infection control and prevention measures…

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