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NSW Covid restrictions: Bases reopen in Sydney, NSW regional, vaccinated people’s freedoms explained | New South Wales

Monday, October 18, New South Wales It will reach phase two of its faltering plan to reopen, with new freedoms for the fully fortified and more social and cultural institutions open to the public.

It comes only a week after the file Significant easing of restrictions When the country hit its first goal of 70% of double-dose vaccines.

Many of the school’s students will return to teaching face-to-face for the first time in months starting October 18.

Gathering, recreation and travel restrictions will be eased from the 80% target and based on distancing requirements, as opposed to people limits, from December 1, when masks are not required in some indoor settings. butAnd Reopen travel from Sydney To regional New South Wales has been postponed from 70% first phase of reopening to 1 November.

Here’s everything you need to know about the plan.

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