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NSW’s 80% vax roadmap revealed


NSW ROADMAP WITHOUT LOCKING AT 80 PERCENT:

* New freedoms will apply on the first Monday after the state reaches a double-dose vaccination target of 80%, expected at the end of October.

* These apply to fully vaccinated people, but there are concessions for the unvaccinated.

TO TRAVEL

* Travel between Greater Sydney and the NSW region is permitted.

* Caravan parks and campgrounds may work, even for those who are not fully immunized.

* Carpooling is allowed. Those who are not fully vaccinated can only carpool with their household.

GATHERINGS IN THE HOUSE AND PUBLIC AREAS

* Up to 10 visitors to a home where all adults are vaccinated (excluding children 12 and under).

* Those who are not fully vaccinated can only gather outside in groups of two.

SPORT

* Community sport is back.

PLACES OF HOSPITALITY

* The reception areas can open with one person for four square meters inside and one person for two square meters outside, and it will be allowed to stand while drinking inside.

* Those who are not fully vaccinated can only access the reception areas to take away.

WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS AND CHURCHES

* No limit for fully vaccinated guests for weddings and funerals.

* Those who are not fully vaccinated may only attend weddings with a maximum of five guests (no receptions).

* Churches and places of worship can continue to open with one person per four m², without singing. Those who are not fully vaccinated will be allowed.

HAIRDRESSERS AND NAIL SALONS

* Personal services – such as hairdressers, nail salons, spas, beauty, waxing, tattoos and massages can open with one person per four square meters, with no limit on the number of clients.

OTHER CHANGES FROM DECEMBER 1ST FOR ALL:

* These settings will apply to all citizens of NSW, regardless of their immunization status.

GATHERINGS IN HOUSES AND OUTDOOR PUBLIC SPACES

* No limit on the number of visitors to a house.

* The density will change to one person per two m² for indoor and outdoor environments.

* No limit on the number of people who can attend informal outdoor gatherings.

* COVID Safe plan required for outdoor events with more than 1,000 people.

* Community sport authorized for all.

PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED FREEDOMS TO TRAIN AT 70 PERCENT:

* The 70% double-dose vaccination milestone is likely to be reached next week, unleashing new freedoms from Monday, October 11.

* These freedoms apply to the vaccinated, with some concessions for children.

PLACES OF HOSPITALITY

* Stores can open less than one person per four square meter rule.

* Unvaccinated people can only access critical retail stores, such as supermarkets, as they currently do.

* Gyms and indoor recreation facilities can open for one person per four square meters, with classes limited to 20.

* Sports facilities, including swimming pools, may open.

STADIUMS, THEATERS, LARGE OUTDOOR LEISURE FACILITIES

* Major outdoor recreation facilities – including stadiums, racetracks, theme parks and zoos – can open with one person per four square meters, with a limit of 5,000 people.

* Up to 500 people can attend paid and seated outdoor events.

* Indoor entertainment facilities – including cinemas, theaters, music halls, museums, and galleries – can open with one person per four square meters, or 75 percent of fixed seating capacity.

WEDDINGS, FUNERALS AND PLACES OF WORSHIP

* Churches and places of worship may open subject to the rule of one person per four m², without singing.

TO TRAVEL

* Caravan parks and campgrounds may open.

* Carpooling authorized.

* Unvaccinated people under the age of 16 will have access to all outdoor areas, but will only be able to visit indoor areas with people from their household.

* Employers should continue to allow employees to work from home if workers can do so.

MASKS

* Masks remain compulsory in all indoor public places – including public transport, indoor reception, shops and businesses and on planes – and in airports.

* Only reception staff will be required to wear a mask outside.

* Children under 12 will not need a mask inside.

SCHOOLS:

* Kindergarten and first grade students return to class on October 25.

* Grade 12 students taking the HSC exams can study on campus starting October 25.

Source: Government of New South Wales


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