It's been months in the making, but finally Victoria has taken a deep breath and reopened.
As of 11:59pm tonight, the Victorian lockdown will officially end and many of the most significant restrictions will be removed or wound back.
Yesterday saw zero new cases, the first time since June 9th.
So as the state opens up, what challenges await and what can the rest of the country learn?
On today's show:
* Learning to live a COVID normal life
* The CDC changes its definition of what a close contact is
* Norman and Tegan jump back into the jobby waters on sewage testing
* What does Norman make of 9-12 month estimates before a vaccine could be rolled out across the country?