People have lined a perimeter fence around Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance to watch the dawn service as COVID-19 restrictions limited the event to just 1,400 attendees.
- Crowd limits across the country have been capped in line with coronavirus restrictions
- RSL Victoria chief executive Jamie Twidale says the event is no less special for the rules
- Smaller numbers of veterans and their descendants are expected to march through Melbourne CBD
The crowd is still larger than the 2020 service, where tight restrictions saw people stand distanced in driveways and front yards to commemorate Australia’s service men and women.
But it was more subdued than years past, with the cap on capacity in place and a requirement to check in to the…
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