The upper limit on the number of customers in restaurants and other places will be lifted from December 7 in Australia.
December 3rd According to a compilation and compilation report from Australia.com, the Australian New State Government recently agreed to lift a series of restrictions from the 7th, including the removal of the ceiling on the number of customers at restaurants, weddings and funerals.
As the pandemic is under control, Australia’s new state is relaxing a series of restrictions, changing the original “four square meters” social distancing rule to “two square meters” while stadiums and amphitheaters will be allowed to open at 100% capacity. The capacity of indoor stadiums and theaters can reach 75%, and the 50-person choir will be allowed to perform indoors. There is no ceiling on the number of customers at catering premises, or at weddings and funerals.
In response, New York Gov. Berrijklian said some recommendations, including “social distancing, seeking testing when sick, using hand sanitizer and wearing masks in confined spaces,” would not change. We are deeply grateful for the community’s acceptance of our advice and the leading role in Australia-wide since the outbreak. We hope this situation will continue. Life in the New State will be very different from the 7th.