The NSW Government continues to work with RSL NSW, NSW Police Force, NSW Health, and other key agencies to ensure that ANZAC Day commemorations can proceed in a COVID-safe way in communities across the State.
The recent easing of restrictions across Greater Sydney has meant changes regarding face masks and the re-introduction of the 2 square metre per person rule for most businesses.
As a result the COVID Safety Plans listed below have been amended.
The @CCA_of_NSW has received an update from NSW Health about the COVID-19 restrictions in NSW under the Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 7) 2020 and the Public Health (COVID-19 Northern Beaches) Order 2020
As you may be aware, the Premier has announced that from midnight tonight new restrictions will be in place for Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Central Coast.
The Premier announced that all indoor settings, including places of worship, would revert back to the 4 square metre rule, with a cap of 300 people. The Minister for Health and Medical Research and the Premier also stated that all residents of Greater Sydney should be wearing masks at the present time, particularly in indoor settings such as a place of worship. Further details of the announcement are available at https://www.nsw.gov.au/media-releases/new-covid-19-restrictions-for-greater-sydney. The restrictions will be reviewed on 23 December.
NSW Health has provided an update on COVID-19 restrictions in Greater Sydney which includes Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong.
Amendments to the Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 7) 2020 commenced on 3 January 2021. Under the amended Order, the number of people who may attend a funeral or a gathering immediately after a funeral in Greater Sydney is one person per 4 square metres of space (for indoor areas), one person per 2 square metres of space (for outdoor areas), or 100 people, whatever is lesser.