Club Cowra

NSW 80% Roadmap Now In Place - Main Points

Written by: The Cowra Phoenix

covid-19

Masks and QR codesMasks

  • Masks required for all staff and customers in all indoor settings includingon public transport, planes and in airports (except children under the ageof 12).
  • Masks no longer required in office buildings (unvaccinated people must still wear a mask in the office).
  • Masks no longer required in outdoor settings (except for front-of-house hospitality staff).
  • COVID Safe check-ins and proof of vaccination required for staff and customers.

Visiting family and friends

  • Up to 20 visitors allowed in your home at any one time (visitor limits do not apply for children under the age of 12).
  • Small outdoor gatherings and recreation permitted for up to 50 people (2-person limit for people not fully vaccinated).
  • Visitors to residents in aged care facilities and disability homes permitted in line with their policies.

Exercise and recreation

  • Gyms, indoor recreation and sporting facilities open with density limits of 1 person per 4 square metres and up to 20 people in gym and dance classes.
  • No distance limits apply for exercise or recreation.
  • Indoor swimming pools open for swimming lessons, squad training, lap swimming and rehab activities.

Community sports permitted for fully vaccinated staff, spectators and participants – capacity limits apply.

Shopping and personal services

  • Non-critical retail open with density limits (people who are not fully vaccinated can only access non-critical retail via Click &

Collect).

  • No customer limit for personal services (including hairdressers, spas, beauty and nail salons, tattoo and massage parlours), density limits apply.

Restaurants and hospitality

  • Hospitality open with density limit for up to 20 people per booking (takeaway only for people who are not fully vaccinated).
  • From 1 November bookings for hospitality venues will no longer be capped.
  • No singing indoors (except for performers).
  • Dancing is permitted indoors and outdoors (except at nightclubs).
  • Drinking indoors and outdoors may be seated or standing.
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