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From tomorrow density limits scrapped in the Hawkesbury as many COVID restrictions lifted
Yes, it’s happening sooner than expected – the current rules were in place until February 28 but NSW Premier Dominic Perottett said today, “the efforts people made across the state” allowed them to be changed earlier.
Singing and dancing is allowed from tomorrow – Friday – though you will still have to wear a mask if you enter a retail store, but you won’t have to do the QR code sign-in.
All density restrictions will be scrapped
Singing and dancing will be allowed at all hospitality venues
QR code check-ins will only be required for nightclubs and music festivals
The direction for employees to work from home will also be changed, and will be left to the “employer’s discretion”
From Friday, February 25:
Masks will no longer be mandatory in most indoor settings, but you’ll still need one on public transport, and in hospitals and aged-care facilities
Masks will be encouraged indoors where people can’t maintain social distancing, such as retail settings
Singing and dancing will be permitted at all music festivals
The 20,000-person cap on music festivals will be removed
Meanwhile, from Monday, February 21, the length of hotel quarantine for unvaccinated international arrivals will be reduced from 14 to seven days.
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