Digital Desk, Sydney. Dominic Perrot, the new Premier of New South Wales (NSW) of Australia, has announced several new exemptions on Thursday. The country’s most populous state is preparing to open from its first phase on October 11. With the new roadmap, the number of vaccinated adults allowed to gather in homes has been increased from five to 10, outdoor spaces from 20 to 30, and the capacity for funerals and weddings has been increased from 50 to 100, reports Xinhua news agency. has been done.
In addition, Perrot announced that face masks would no longer be required in office buildings, after the state had an 80 percent vaccination rate on October 10. Up to 20 adults can gather in homes. 50 outdoors and 3,000 people will be able to attend ticketed outdoor events. He lauded the state’s achievement of reaching the 70 per cent immunization milestone on Wednesday.
“We have always said that vaccination is the key to our freedom and the sacrifices and efforts of the people in New South Wales have ensured that we can open up as quickly and safely as possible,” Perrot said. It also announced that the return of in-person learning has been extended to October 18 for students in kindergarten from 1 to 12 years and for all other students until October 25.
This is a great relief to the parents and their conscience and I think it is an important decision today and I want to thank all the teachers who are getting vaccinated to make sure that we keep our schools safe. Can open as safely as possible. New South Wales recorded 587 new cases in the last 24 hours, given the decline in the number of cases. Eight deaths were recorded during this period.