After a fortnight-long closure, the Victorian Government has announced how the state's construction industries will reopen on Tuesday, with up to 25 per cent capacity of workers.
The New South Wales construction industry will return to 100 per cent capacity in just under a week, while projects in Victoria remain shut.
Construction has been shut down in metropolitan Melbourne and other Local Government Areas currently in lockdown for two weeks.
As Victorians saw a modest easing of restrictions from midnight of Friday 17 September as the state reached its 70 per cent first dose vaccination target, the construction industry started the week today under some new restrictions.
Eligible authorised workers in western and south-western Sydney local government areas (LGAs) have been offered priority COVID-19 vaccination from today at selected NSW Health vaccination clinics between August 16 and 22.
Sydney's construction restrictions will be eased from Wednesday but workers from the city's hardest-hit local government areas (LGAs) must be vaccinated before they're allowed on-site.