Any addictive medicine, including ice, may be injected into Melbourne's newly monitored injection room, despite the fact that the state government said earlier that it would be banned.
The Medical Inspectorate for the Injection Center says that any substance of addiction can be injected into the plant, but users must have less than a trafficable amount.
"The government follows warning from the expert panel, which includes the Victoria Police. This attempt will save lives, and that is why we do it," said Victoria FoU, Martin Foley, in a statement on Wednesday.
Foley said the regulations were in line with Sydney's Safe Cross Injection Room, which has not had a dead page since its opening more than 15 years ago.  "Even the opposition rapporteur in his contribution to the parliament debate said that by making it a heroin injecting room, it would miss many other Victorians who are multi-drug users," said Foley.
Un the center's guidelines, customers must disclose what substances they intend to use, so the staff is ready for any possible overdose.
Any client who appears to have medication above the allowed amount will not be allowed to enter the North Richmond Community Health Service room.
Persons with a criminal history would also not be permitted to work there, whereas those who knew to be parole, bail or subject to another court order would be prohibited from using drugs in the room.
government previously announced that the center would be tested in the internal Melbourne overdose hotspot in an attempt to fight the city's heroin cure and amphetamine and ice would be banned.
Opposition leader Matthew Guy opposed to having ice users at the center.
"What kind of idiotic irresponsible government government allows ice abusers to meet next to a primary school?" Sir. Guy told reporters Wednesday
Mr. Guy said the government struck back after saying that the center would not go ahead and then say it would go on, but the ice-users would be banned.
If the coalition won the elections in November, it would hold the two-year trial that begins in June, but excluding icebergers, he said.
The plant will be Australia's second largest model modeled at the Sydney Kings Cross Center, which opened in 2001.
There have been 34 deaths in the North Richmond area in 2017.