Covid NSW: State announces bizarre new school rule banning recorders and flute lessons

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Gatherings in the home and outdoor public spaces

No limit on the number of visitors to a home

Density will shift to one person per 2 sqm for indoor and outdoor settings

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

CovidSafe plan required for outdoor events with more than 1,000 people 

Venues including hospitality, retail stores and gyms

Retail stores can operate at one person per 2 sqm

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Personal services such as hairdressers, spa, nail, beauty, waxing, tattoo and massage can operate with one person per 2 sqm

Hospitality venues can operate with one person per 2 sqm inside and outside, with no seating required for eating and drinking

Gyms and indoor recreation facilities, including indoor pools, can operate with one person per 2 sqm (uncapped). Gym and dance classes capped at 20

Intimate services can open with one person per 4 sqm

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Major outdoor recreation facilities

Major recreation outdoor facilities including stadiums, racecourses, theme parks and zoos can operate with one person per 2 sqm

Entertainment, information and education facilities

Entertainment facilities (including cinemas, theatres, music halls) can operate with one person per 2 sqm

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Information and education facilities (including libraries, museums and galleries) can operate with one person per 2 sqm

Amusement centres and nightclubs can open with one person per 4 sqm

Working from home

Working from home will be at employer’s discretion 

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Weddings, funerals and places of worship

One person per 2 sqm for weddings with dancing permitted and eating and drinking allowed while standing

One person per 2 sqm for funerals

Churches and places of worship can operate with one person per 2 sqm, with singing permitted 

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Masks

The rules around mask wearing will remain as it is now up until the 95 per cent vaccination target is met

Masks are mandatory indoors other than places of residence as well as on public transport and planes 

For further information about the Reopening NSW roadmap, go to www.nsw.gov.au/Covid-19.

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