Strictly, the three-day isolation, due to one case of coronavirus in Brisbane, is over. However, although three consecutive days have been reported without a single new case, certain restrictions, such as wearing face masks and gathering restrictions, remain in place.
Health authorities have extended the obligation to wear masks for another ten days, more precisely until Friday, January 22, until one hour after midnight.
Strict orders to stay at home have been abolished, and people have been allowed to move freely around the community without travel restrictions.
Hospitals, nursing homes, facilities for the disabled and correctional centers will remain closed to visitors until 22 January.
Strip clubs and brothels will remain closed for the next ten days, until January 22.
Indoor spaces, such as restaurants and cafes, can be opened with the rule “one person per four square meters”.
Outdoor facilities are allowed to operate under the “one person per square meter” rule.
Smaller places, up to 200 square meters in size, are limited to 50 guests and must always adhere to the “one person per two square meters” rule.
And these rules remain in force until January 22.
Up to 20 guests are allowed in the house and in public areas. This includes your family members, babies and children.
The attendance at the funeral was increased from 20 people to 100 people.
Indoor concert venues and theaters will be able to operate at 50 percent capacity, or one person on four square meters, as well as outdoor stadiums.
All contacts found
Authorities found all close contacts of the cleaner, who was positive for the English variant of the virus.
Queensland’s chief health officer, Dr. Janet Young, says it is too early to say whether the state has successfully stopped the spread of the new corona strain.
Prime Minister Anastasia Palashchuk did not rule out the possibility of the region returning to the blockade if the state notices another case of the virus from Britain.
Dancing is forbidden
Guests must sit in restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs, and dancing is prohibited in all places except weddings. In addition, the number of guests at weddings has increased – to 100 guests.
Where are masks required?
– Closed places, such as shopping malls and supermarkets
– Jobs (only if you can’t move away socially)
– Public transport, taxis and vehicles for joint driving
Where are they not required?
– In cars, when you are alone or with your family
– Jobs (provided that you socially distance yourself from colleagues)
– For outdoor exercise (provided you are at a safe distance from others)
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