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‘Precipice of collapse’: Music venues choked by COVID-19 density limits – The Age

The owners of some of Melbourne’s most renowned music venues say they’re losing money at their shows because of COVID-19 density rules.

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The operators of some of Melbournes most beloved live music venues say they are operating at a loss for shows after losing government support and while coronavirus restrictions continue to limit audiences.
The Andrews government announced on Friday that seated entertainment and sporting venues across Victoria can return to 100 per cent capacity, with a maximum of 1000 patrons per space.
The Corner and Northcote Social Club part owner Tim Northeast says his band rooms are unable to work profitability…

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