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NSW Covid-19 Easing of Restrictions

Residents of NSW have an easing of a number of restrictions in relation to Covid-19

It is no longer essential to wear masks outdoors or at some indoor activities. However, it is still recommended if you are in a position that you are unable to socially distance.  This is for the fully vaccinated or unvaccinated alike.  You are also no longer required to carry vaccination evidence.

These two changes alone will allow us to enjoy Christmas and New Year with family and friends, which I am sure we are all looking forward to.

There are a couple of areas that will require evidence of vaccination, including Education, Care and Transport Workers, and we have provided a link that will provide further information on this.

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/vaccination/requirements-for-workers

 

Want to Travel? If you are using public transport or taking a flight you will still be required to wear a mask while waiting for or on public transport, at airports and on planes.  Traveling with New South Wales has no restrictions between Great Sydney, Regional and Rural New South Wales for holiday or recreational travel.

If you are traveling out of state please remember to check the guidelines relevant to that state or territory.

There are new rules in place for international travel and this link will provide the information you need if you are lucky enough to be heading overseas or returning home.  The main thing to remember is that if you are traveling back to Australia from overseas and are not fully vaccinated you will be required to go into 14-day mandatory quarantine.

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/travel-restrictions/international-travel-rules

 

Visiting a hospitality venues will be easier as there is no limit of patrons, you can now stand to have a drink and there are no masks required except for front of house staff who are not fully vaccinated.  Please remember though you still need to QR code check-in at pubs, small bars, registered clubs etc.  See the list below for further QR code check-in information.


QR code check-ins
. The places we now need to check in has been reduced and you can find the list below.  Please remember it is compulsory to check in or provide your details for these premises / businesses.

Check-ins are still required at:

  • pubs, small bars and registered clubs
  • hairdressers, spas, nail, beauty, waxing, and tanning salons, tattoo parlours and massage parlours (personal services)
  • gyms (except dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics, and martial arts studios)
  • hospitals (except patients of hospitals or hospitals with an electronic entry recording system that records sufficient information that can be used for contact tracing)
  • residential care facilities or hostels (except in relation to the residents)
  • places of public worship, like churches, mosques, temples, meeting houses and synagogues
  • funeral, memorials and gatherings afterwards
  • nightclubs
  • strip clubs, sex services premises
  • indoor music festivals with more than 1000 people.

If you are attending a wedding, funeral or religious ceremony there is no restriction on who can attend or how many, but you must remember that you need to QR code check-in for places of worship, funerals, memorial services or gatherings afterwards.

Pure Property Management hopes that this information is helpful to us all getting out and about and enjoying time with family and friends.  Please use this link to provide you with further details and information on the Rules and restrictions for all people living in NSW found on the NSW Government website.  Remember, still take precautions where necessary.  Pure wishes you all a safe and enjoyable Christmas and New year.

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/stay-safe/rules/people-in-nsw?utm_source=ServiceNSW_Consumer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2021-12-15_sfmc_348_con_covid_newsletter_&utm_content=01_restrictions_update&utm_term=see_updated_rules_button

 

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