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Carrie Bickmore of the Project was relieved at the lifting of the lockdown in Melbourne

Carrie Bickmore expressed relief at the decision of Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews to ‘open up’ the city’s capital from Tuesday night, in Monday’s episode of The project.

The 39-year-old told her co-hosts it couldn’t have come sooner for Melbournians, with the ‘despair creeping in and the anger’.

Co-host Peter Helliar, 45, weighed in and said he is’ really proud ‘of Victorians for complying with the lockdown whether they agree or not because it means they are’ the most vulnerable members of our society appreciate’.

'Despair and anger creep in': The Project's Carrie Bickmore (pictured), 39, shared her relief at Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews' decision to lift Melbourne's very strict three-month lockdown from Tuesday night, on the episode from Monday from The Project

‘Despair and anger creep in’: The Project’s Carrie Bickmore (pictured), 39, shared her relief at Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews’ decision to lift Melbourne’s very strict three-month lockdown from Tuesday night, on the episode from Monday from The Project

Carrie added that Melbournians will continue to value society’s most vulnerable, and with contract tracking, we will hopefully get ‘on top’ with any future cases that ‘crop up’.

Melbournians can finally leave their homes starting Tuesday night as pubs, shops and restaurants open for the first time in three months.

Prime Minister Daniel Andrews relaxed restrictions on the city of five million, which has been closed since July 8 after the virus escaped from two quarantine hotels.

Returning to Normal Life: Carrie told her co-hosts it couldn't have come sooner for Melbournians, with the `` despair creeping in and the rage. '' She added that with contract tracking we hopefully get 'up to date' with future cases that 'crop up'

Returning to Normal Life: Carrie told her co-hosts it couldn't have come sooner for Melbournians, with the `` despair creeping in and the rage. '' She added that with contract tracking we hopefully get 'up to date' with future cases that 'crop up'

Returning to Normal Life: Carrie told her co-hosts it couldn’t have come sooner for Melbournians, with the “ despair creeping in and the rage. ” She added that with contract tracking we hopefully get ‘up to date’ with future cases that ‘crop up’

Protecting the Most Vulnerable: Co-host Peter Helliar (pictured), 45, weighed in and said he's 'really proud' of Victorians for complying with the lockdown, whether they agree or not, because it means they are 'the most vulnerable members of our society'

Protecting the Most Vulnerable: Co-host Peter Helliar (pictured), 45, weighed in and said he's 'really proud' of Victorians for complying with the lockdown, whether they agree or not, because it means they are 'the most vulnerable members of our society'

Protecting the Most Vulnerable: Co-host Peter Helliar (pictured), 45, weighed in and said he’s ‘really proud’ of Victorians for complying with the lockdown, whether they agree or not, because it means they are ‘the most vulnerable members of our society’

Pubs, shops and restaurants are allowed to open within 20 people and 50 outside – and these limits will increase in two weeks.

Announcing the changes on Monday, an emotional Mr Andrews thanked Victorians for fighting the coronavirus’ ‘bad enemy’.

In August, Carrie urged Australians to help each other cope during the coronavirus pandemic, in her column for The Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar magazine.

Reopening the city: Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews (pictured) has relaxed restrictions on Melbourne. Pubs, shops and restaurants can open with 20 people indoors and 50 outdoors from Tuesday evening - and these limits will increase in two weeks

Reopening the city: Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews (pictured) has relaxed restrictions on Melbourne. Pubs, shops and restaurants can open with 20 people indoors and 50 outdoors from Tuesday evening - and these limits will increase in two weeks

Reopening the city: Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews (pictured) has relaxed restrictions on Melbourne. Pubs, shops and restaurants can open with 20 people indoors and 50 outdoors from Tuesday evening – and these limits will increase in two weeks

The TV host revealed that she has lost count of the number of people who have admitted to having difficulty but feel guilty about complaining because others are making it harder.

Carrie encouraged Australians not to discredit their emotions or judge others who they think are not difficult.

Everyone’s circumstances are different. It’s not a competition and mental health doesn’t discriminate, ‘the mother of three wrote.

Heartwarming: In August, Carrie urged Australians to help each other cope in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, in her column for The Sunday Telegraph's Stellar magazine

Heartwarming: In August, Carrie urged Australians to help each other cope in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, in her column for The Sunday Telegraph's Stellar magazine

Heartwarming: In August, Carrie urged Australians to help each other cope in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, in her column for The Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar magazine

'Mental health does not discriminate': TV host revealed she 'lost count' of the number of people who admitted to having difficulty but feel guilty about complaining because others are making it harder

'Mental health does not discriminate': TV host revealed she 'lost count' of the number of people who admitted to having difficulty but feel guilty about complaining because others are making it harder

‘Mental health does not discriminate’: TV host revealed she ‘lost count’ of the number of people who admitted to having difficulty but feel guilty about complaining because others are making it harder

Carrie concluded by urging the Australians not to judge and to help each other out of the pandemic.

Her column came after it was revealed that calls to Suicide Crisis Service Lifeline have hit record levels amid a massive spike in unemployment, company closures and loneliness.

Lifeline Australia chairman John Brogden said calls are made every 30 seconds to the suicide crisis service.

Call for confidential support Lifeline at 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue at 1300 22 4636.

In It Together: Carrie decided by urging Australians not to judge and help each other get out of the pandemic

In It Together: Carrie decided by urging Australians not to judge and help each other get out of the pandemic

In It Together: Carrie decided by urging Australians not to judge and help each other get out of the pandemic

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