Melbourne's sixth lockdown has been extended for another two weeks, until at least September 2.
On Monday, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced the extension and tougher restrictions, after the state recorded 22 new local COVID-19 cases, five of which had no known source of infection.
Mr Andrews said the state had no choice given the number of mystery cases, illegal gatherings on the weekend and the number of children spreading the virus.
"We've seen lots of different people flouting these rules, not doing as they should, making really poor choices," he said.
Mr Andrews said an engagement party last week of 69 people was particularly egregious.
Here's what you need to know about Melbourne's latest restrictions.
Can I visit my partner?
People in Melbourne can leave their home to visit their intimate partners. The 5km rule does not apply when you are visiting your partner.
If I'm single and live alone, can a friend visit me?
Yes. You're permitted to have one 'single social bubble' buddy. You can visit them and they can visit you.
The 5km does not apply when you are visiting your bubble buddy.
Can I drink alcohol on my walk?
Melburnians are no longer permitted to remove their mask to drink alcoholic beverages in public.