NSW will open for full vaccination from November 8th

Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) has been open to fully vaccinated people since November 8 and most restrictions have been relaxed.

According to the government, the cap on home visitors and the density limit for outdoor events of less than 1000 people have been lifted (a COVID-19 safety plan is required for more than 1000 people attending). Website..

The enterprise density limit has been changed from 1 person per 4 square meters to 1 person per 2 square meters. Reservation restrictions at hospitality facilities are no longer required.

The indoor swimming pool can be reopened for any purpose, not just laps and swimming lessons.

Stadiums, racetracks, theme parks, zoos, cinemas and theaters can now be operated with 100% fixed seats.

Dances in nightclubs and strip clubs are allowed and drinking no longer needs to be seated.

Students who have already returned to face-to-face learning can enjoy music classes, excursions and gatherings.

However, 4,900 teachers who have not yet been fully vaccinated will be suspended.

This follows last week’s announcement by the Government of New South Wales, where unvaccinated residents in the state will reach the 95% double vaccination target by December 15 to enjoy the same freedom, or in the state. You have to wait until whichever comes first.

Premier of New South Wales Dominic Perrott announced last week that he would advance the “free day” for fully vaccinated people and push it back for unvaccinated people.

Perotet said the change was due to faster vaccination rates, and postponing the free date for unvaccinated people motivated more people to go out and get vaccinated. I explained that it is a vaccination.

“I believe that moving that date back to December 15th will give people an incentive,” he said last week.

“We want to reach that rate up to 95%. This will not only lead the country, but also the world.”

Sydney’s mass vaccination hub at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney Olympic Park will return to hosting sports and entertainment events starting Monday. The arena has been vaccinated more than 360,000 times since August 9.

NSW reported 187 new local cases and 7 deaths on November 7.

The state’s double vaccination rate for people aged 16 and over has reached 89.8%, with 93.9% receiving the first vaccination.

Epoch Times Sydney Staff