Cafes and restaurants will be allowed to re-open for up to 10 patrons and five people will be able to visit another persons home under an anticipated easing of coronavirus restrictions in New South Wales.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian is expected to announce the changes on May 10 to come into play on May 15, a full week after Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed a three-stage plan to ease lockdown measures across Australia.
Its up to individual states and territories to decide when they act.
Currently, two adults from the same household, along with their dependent children, can visit another home in NSW under the existing CCP virus restrictions.
“The changes will allow NSW to fire up the economy while allowing more personal freedoms,” Berejiklian told The Sunday Telegraph.
The new easing of restrictions to be announced by the premier will also allow 10 guests at weddings, 20 people at indoor funerals, and 30 at outdoor funerals, The Sunday Telegraph reported.
Religious gatherings and places of worship can also welcome up to 10 people.
Outdoor equipments including gyms and playgrounds can be used with caution, with people encouraged to sanitize the equipment, and swimming in outdoor pools will be allowed.
Travel to regional NSW is still off the table.
It comes as NSWs health minister Brad Hazzard says the best people can give their mums when visiting on Mothers Day is to keep them safe by maintaining social distance.
Brad Hazzard has implored people to take care when visiting their loved ones on May 10 during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
“Keep your mum safe,” the minister said on May 9.
“When you go to visit your mum, do what we have asked you to, which is to keep that social distance.
“I know its really tough … to not be able to hug or kiss your mum but it would be the wisest course.”
Hazzard said people could visit and enjoy their mothers company from a safe Read More – Source