Thank you for signing up. Sorry, it looks like an error occurred. Limits are being reimposed on indoor mass gatherings, affecting indoor hospitality venues, weddings, funerals and places of worship. Previously-announced restrictions on pubs and hotels - including a cap of people, mandatory sign-ins and maximum group bookings of 10 people - will also be extended to all NSW hospitality venues, such as clubs and restaurants.
The maximum cap will be people, with attendees to be "completely seated, no dancing, no singing, no mingling". Ms Berejiklian said it would be up to people to make their own decisions on whether to postpone weddings or to proceed and abide by the restrictions. We know how the virus spreads. We know what the high-risk activities are. Part of the service is seated, part of it might be at a burial place. Outdoor gatherings will also stay at the limit of 20 "because we know the threat of spreading the virus outdoors is less", Ms Berejiklian said.
Because we have to assume, based on what is happening in Victoria, based on the numbers that we're seeing in NSW And these measures will reduce the risk of that community transmission getting out of control. Those showing symptoms - such as cough, fever, sore throat, loss of smell or taste - are being urged to get tested and stay home. Residents in metropolitan Melbourne are subject to stay-at-home orders and can only leave home for essential work, study, exercise or care responsibilities.
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Download our free app on the App Store or Google Play for the latest headlines and breaking news alerts.Changes to lockdown restrictions, announced by Boris Johnson on Sunday, have been criticised by some as confusing. The common sense of the British people is shining through this argument. Live: Follow all the latest updates from the UK and around the world. You can now exercise more than once a day, whereas previous rules limited people to just going out for exercise once.
Under new rules covering England, people can spend time at sports courts, including outdoor tennis, basketball courts and golf courses.
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People can go fishing on their own, with their household, or with one other person but you still have to stick to social distancing rules. Under the latest rules, you can drive to outdoor open spaces irrespective of distance but you have to go in a private vehicle and you have to be alone or with members of your own household.
The new rules say you can swim in lakes or the sea as part of daily exercise, but again you have to observe social distancing. Gather with more than one member of another household for recreational reasons e. Search News Search web. Ellen Manning. Story continues. What to Read Next.
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If they are allowed to enter NSW they may be required to self-isolate for 14 days. Learn more about NSW border restrictions.
From Penalties apply for pubs that are found to breach the public health order rules. Up to 20 people may stay in a holiday home or holiday rental. More than 20 people can stay in a holiday home or holiday rental if they are all members of the same household. If you are visiting a national park camping ground you must book ahead.
Community sporting activities, including training sessions and contact activities, may recommence. The maximum number of people who may attend a funeral is the maximum number of people allowed on the premises, which is one person per 4 square metres. Places of public worship, funeral homes or crematoriums can have up to 50 attendees without the 4 square metre rule provided non-household contacts can maintain 1.
People attending the service will be required to supply their name and contact details so that they can be used for contact tracing. The number of people in a public place of worship must not exceed one person per 4 square metres.
The maximum applies to the whole of the venue, even where men and women worship in separate areas. People attending a religious service will be required to provide their name and contact details when they enter so that they can be used for contact tracing.
Develop a COVID Safety Plan for your church, meeting house, mosque, synagogue, temple or another place of worship to help your community connect safely. The maximum number of people who may attend a wedding is the maximum number of people allowed on the premises, which is one person per 4 square metres.
Wedding services are no longer subject to separate limits, with the exception of a wedding at a place of residence, which can have the greater of 20 people or one person per 4 square metres of space. People attending will be required to provide their name and contact details so that they can be used for contact tracing. All businesses can now open and operate under the one person per 4 square metre rule. Under the rules, employers must allow employees to work from home where it is reasonably practical to do so.
Schedule 1 Item No. Amusement centres For playing billiards, pool, pinball machines, computer or video games and other similar activities. Auction houses. Betting agencies. Caravan parks and camping grounds.
Community centres and halls. Drive-in cinemas. Entertainment facilities Theatre, cinema, music hall, concert hall, dance hall and similar premises. Food and drink premises. Food courts. Markets: artisan, clothing, crafts Products sold by independent stallholders at temporary or permanent structures and includes intermittent or occasional market events.
Micro-breweries, small distilleries.Apply for a NSW border entry permit. Find out the rules that apply for travel to and from other states and territories. NSW resident. Permit required. You must self-isolate for 14 days immediately after entering NSW. Permits for the freight, transport and logistics industry are available on the Service NSW website.
Border community resident. Permit required for each person, including children. You may travel within a border community in which you reside. Relevant education visitor. As specified on the permit. Person entering for child access and care arrangements.
Other conditions as specified on the permit. You must leave NSW by the most practicable direct route. Seasonal worker. Person entering for compassionate grounds. Person entering to attend court or to meet other legal obligations. Those who reside in Victoria who are not eligible for a Cross-Border Resident Permit will not be able to cross the border each day to attend work or school due to self-isolation requirements.
Staff and students unable to attend school will be supported through remote working and learning via the online learning hubs until they are able to return to on-campus teaching and learning.
Under the public health ordera border community is a community that could reasonably be considered as being located at or near the border of NSW and Victoria. A border community resident who lives in Victoria is someone who also does not stay in NSW for longer than reasonably necessary for work, education or to obtain goods or services.
Border community residents will be allowed to travel across the border in both directions by applying for and obtaining a permit. If you need help with reading. Special provisions have been made for residents of border communities people performing critical services interstate residents transiting through NSW.
On this page. Excluding Victoria, there are no restrictions in place for all other states on crossing the NSW border. You must comply with any border rules of the state or territory you are entering or leaving.
Visitors from all other Australian states, excluding Victoria, can come to NSW for a holiday or for work purposes. NSW has not closed its borders. If parents, students or staff have questions they should contact their Principal. Border communities Under the public health ordera border community is a community that could reasonably be considered as being located at or near the border of NSW and Victoria.
A border community resident is someone who is usually a resident of a border community has reasonable cause to travel between NSW and Victoria in the ordinary course of their work, education or daily life crosses the border between NSW and Victoria. No other person can enter the residence or place except if the other person usually lives there or is complying with a direction under the public health order is providing medical care or an emergency service is delivering food or essential items.
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Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. This is national guidance that applies to England only — people in ScotlandWales and Northern Ireland should follow the specific rules in those parts of the UK. If you live in an area that is experiencing a local COVID outbreak and where local lockdown measures have been imposed, different guidance and legislation will apply.
Please consult the local lockdown restrictions page to see if any restrictions are in place in your area. The government has set out its plan to return life to as near normal as we can, for as many people as we can, as quickly and fairly as possible in order to safeguard livelihoods, but in a way that continues to protect our communities and our NHS. The government has published guidance on staying alert and staying safe outside your home.
This page sets out key questions and answers on what you should and should not do. The UK Government is continuing to ease restrictions in a manner that is safe, cautious and consistent with our plan. In recent weeks, a wide range of sectors and activities have been able to restart, in line with COVID Secure guidelines, and we have eased the restrictions on social contact - enabling people to meet in groups of two households in any location or, as previous, in a group of any six people outdoors.
The Prime Minister updated on progress on 17 July, setting out the next stages of our roadmap. This includes the following steps. In November, our ambition is to scale back remaining social distancing measures, but this is contingent on a number of factors, including consideration of the specific challenges as we move into winter.
It is against the law for gatherings of more than 30 people to take place in private homes including gardens and other outdoor spaces. This can include weddings and funerals which we advise should be limited to no more than 30 peoplereligious ceremonies and services, community activities and support groups. If attending a place or event that is following COVID Secure guidelines, you should take care to limit your interactions with anyone outside of your group and you should continue to maintain social distancing from those that you do not live with.
It is critical that you follow these guidelines to keep both yourself and others safe. As businesses reopen and people begin to socialise more regularly, you should maintain social distancing from people you do not live with or are not in your support bubble, and should wash your hands regularly. This will help to protect you and anyone you come into contact with and is critical to keeping everyone as safe as possible.
The more people you have interactions with, the more chance the virus has to spread. Therefore, try to limit the number of people you see - especially over short periods of time.13 Ordinary Things Pilots Can't Do on Board
If you or someone in your household or your support bubble is showing coronavirus symptoms, everyone in your support bubble should self-isolate, stay at home and get a test. If you or a member of your support bubble is contacted as part of the test and trace programmethe individual contacted should stay at home. If that individual becomes symptomatic, everyone in the support bubble must then isolate. This is critical to staying safe and saving lives.
Some businesses will need to remain closed, as we have assessed that they cannot yet be made sufficiently COVID Secure. See a full list of businesses that will need to remain closed. This list will be updated as the reopening described above comes into effect. So that more people can lead lives closer to normal, the Government is replacing national restrictions with local action to contain local outbreaks. Where increased local transmission of COVID is identified, areas may be required to take additional measures to reduce the spread of the virus.
This could include closing certain premises or restricting the movements of people and interactions with others.You can still be fined for leaving your homes if you don't have a reasonable excuse - and it's twice as much as before.
Lockdown restrictions in the UK are being eased slightly today - but there are still many rules we all must follow. Police officers across the UK continue to have the power to arrest or fine people flouting coronavirus lockdown rules. But the sweeping restrictions on movement which came into force in England on March 26 were updated from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are either sticking with existing rules or writing their own amendments.
The Health Protection Coronavirus, Restrictions England Regulations have largely remained unaltered, save for a few key exceptions which could have a significant impact in relaxing restrictions on movement for the public. They are still imposed "in response to the serious and imminent threat to public health" posed by Covid This still includes; to buy food and medical supplies, to go to a funeral in some cases, attending court and take part in legal proceedings, and to "escape a risk of harm".
Additionally, the new law makes clear people can now "collect goods ordered" from businesses which have been allowed to stay open, albeit with restrictions, and go to waste or recycling centres. Our teams at Cornwall LiveDevon Live and Plymouth Live are committed to bringing you the latest news, guiding you through this global pandemic and providing the stories that matter.
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You can now work out with one person from another household, as well as still on your own or with members of your own household. To a "public open space for the purposes of open-air recreation to promote physical or mental health or emotional wellbeing" alone, with their household or with one member of another household as this is now also classed as a reasonable excuse to leave the house.
The law defines public open spaces as public gardens, open country and "access land" in the countryside where there are rights of way. There are no limitations on the distance you can travel or geographical restrictions written into law.
But the Government has warned the public could break existing rules still in place in Wales, for example, if they cross the border during their day trip. Yes, this was never banned under the laws, even though ministers had previously advised against it.
Petrol stations, car repair and MOT services, taxi companies and car parks are still among businesses which can remain open, albeit with restrictions. Although previous Government advice was to exercise once a day, the law has never actually prohibited how many times you could leave your house or exercise, and this remains the case.
The original regulations said a reasonable excuse included to "move house where reasonably necessary". The change to the law now says it is permitted to "undertake any of the following activities in connection with the purchase, sale, letting or rental of a residential property".
They include: visiting estate or letting agents; developer sales offices or show homes; viewing residential properties to look for a property to buy or rent; preparing a residential property to move in, moving home; visiting a residential property to undertake any activities required for the rental or sale of that property.
Outdoor sports courts and garden centres have been added to the list of locations and businesses - like parks, supermarkets, hardware stores and post offices - which are allowed to stay open, albeit with restrictions. Neither the original regulations or the amended legislation addressed social distancing, so keeping two metres 6ft apart in certain circumstances was never a legal requirement.
But the Government strongly advises the public to do this wherever possible with those not in their household to help prevent the spread of the virus. This may raise questions over whether police officers can enforce this by law or fine those who have not complied.
The emergency law needs to be reviewed at least once every 21 days and remains in place until scrapped by the Government.
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