Saturday 26 December 2020. Community sporting activities are allowed, including training sessions and contact activities. news.com.au â Australiaâs leading news site. A maximum of 300 people, subject to the 1 person per 4 square metres rule applies for each separate area of a Â hospitality venue. By AAP. The operator of the hospitality venue is responsible for ensuring all staff working at the venue who deal directly with the public, comply with this rule. Children aged 12 and under, are exempt but are encouraged to wear masks where practicable. A maximum of 100 people may attend a funeral or memorial service (or a gathering after the service) subject to the. “Today, we will have what we call our emergency committee meeting. residential aged care facilities (rule applies to visitors, not residents). The gym COVID Safety Plan applies to any gym that is an indoor recreation facilityÂ open to members of the public. (9News) "He was asymptomatic through his isolation and tested negative on three occasions through his … Check the COVID-19 Safety Plan that applies to your business for guidance on. Gladys Berejiklian's 2020 has been marred by a series of scandals, including an ICAC investigation and a risky COVID test. Â. Until at least 11:59pm on Wednesday 30 December 2020 up to two visitors per day from Greater Sydney excluding Northern Beaches LGA are permitted to visit residents in residential aged care facilities in regional NSW. Up to 5 visitors from any number of households may visit another on any day. Where music performance is part of a service (religious, weddings or funerals), masks do not need to be worn by the performer if impractical for the performance such as wind instruments or singing. In indoor areas, audience members and congregants should not participate in singing or chanting. Outdoor entertainment facilities must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and can:Â, Indoor entertainment facilities must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and can:Â. Tasmania an have banned Northern Beaches residents, Queensland and the Northern Territory have re-introduced hotel quarantine and Western Australia is making all NSW residents self-isolate. The restrictions apply to all of the suburbs covered by these Local Government Areas in Greater Sydney, Central Coast and Wollongong area. On 27 December 2020, the northern area of the Northern Beaches will revert to the rules that came into force on Saturday 19 December 2020. In outdoor areas, if the event is one where the audience or congregation are likely to participate in singing or chanting, such as carols by candlelight or religious services, audience members and congregants 12 years or older should wear a face mask. A 20-year-old worker at the hotel was found this week to have been suffering the virus in early December. Only the wedding party, to a maximum of 20 persons, is permitted on a dancefloor. people delivering or removing food and other items in connection. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. a group of people who are all from the same household, people attending to assist in an emergency do not count towards the limit. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced current restrictions imposed on parts of Greater Sydney, Sydney and the Northern Beaches will remain in place for days to come, due to too many active cases of COVID-19 in NSW. Rules and restrictions that apply to the Greater Sydney region (including the Blue Mountains), the Central Coast and Wollongong to protect the community from COVID-19. Acting NSW Premier John Barilaro will hold crisis talks to discuss whether restrictions in the northern zone of Sydneyâs northern beaches should be lifted earlier than January 9. Visit NSW Fair Trading forÂ information for people living and working in strata and community schemes. The person principally responsible for organising the rehearsal or performance should develop and comply with a COVID-19 Safety Plan. From the beginning of Sunday 10 January 2021, all Northern Beaches residents areÂ to follow theÂ restrictions forÂ Greater Sydney. The maximum number of people that can attend a controlled outdoor event is subject to the one person per 2 square metre rule up to: The event may beÂ heldÂ in a public place that.