The Victorian government has confirmed a restart of international flights from April 8 but arrivals will initially be limited to 800 passengers per week.
The cap is expected to increase to 1120 per week but the government said Thursday this would be subject to capacity and the completion of ventilation upgrades in hotels.
There will also be increased testing of incoming arrivals and new requirements for quarantine hotels.
There have been no international passengers arriving in Melbourne since February 14, when an outbreak traced to a Holiday Inn prompted a five-day lockdown.
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