Jan Andrews will not be getting a visit to her Wangaratta farm, nor a hug from her son Daniel, this Mother's Day.
Many other mums will be in the same situation.
Victoria's state of emergency is due to end at midnight on May 11, a day after Mother's Day on Sunday, May 10.
Mr Andrews confirmed in Friday's press conference as premier that he would not ease any restrictions early, so he would not be travelling to Wangaratta.
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"I would love nothing more than to go up to the farm, to visit my mum and to be able to give her a hug and say happy Mother's Day and thank her for all she's given me and all of us," he said.
"But this is not a normal Mother's Day and that will sadden many, that will be a real point of frustration.
I would love nothing more than to go up to the farm, to visit my mum ... but this is not a normal Mother's Day.Premier Daniel Andrews
"So often mums are in those advanced years and the notion of kids and grandkids all coming and flocking to have normal Mother's Day when we're not in normal times, that could be a very risky and very irresponsible thing.
"I'd love to be able to give a different answer, but that would not be the responsible thing to do."
The easing of restrictions in NSW that began on Friday means Albury mothers can legally get a visit from children and grandchildren, but people have been warned to be mindful of social distancing around those aged over 70.