According to the latest news from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on the 3rd, since Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales has not had any confirmed cases of COVID-19 for 17 consecutive days
Governor Berejiklian announced on the 3rd that from the 12th, the state will maintain 4 square meters per person in restaurants, bars, religions and other places.
The social distancing rule for square meters will be changed to keep 2 square meters per person.
The new regulations mean that the number of people in business places such as restaurants can accommodate at the same time will be increased, which will help operators of restaurants, bars and other places.
In addition, residents of the densely populated Greater Sydney area
Wollongong and other places in the state still need to wear masks in some public places, and the maximum number of people attending weddings or funerals is 300.