My constituency question is to the Minister for Health, and I ask: will the minister provide me with the chief health officer advice on which the Victorian Labor government bases its decision to maintain inequality between faith communities and hospitality venues? As of today, the maximum number of people permitted to attend a religious ceremony is 20 indoors and 50 outdoors, yet at the same time it is 40 indoors and 70 outdoors for hospitality venues. Whilst many Victorians will gather with family and friends at pubs and restaurants, hundreds of thousands of Victorians attain great comfort and connectedness from their faith community. Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, and it cannot be violated without just cause. It is on that basis that this Labor government owes it to all Victorians to immediately provide the advice which underpins these inequitable restrictions still faced by Victoria’s faith communities.