The NSW Government is continuing to ease certain COVID-19 restrictions in NSW. However, important COVID-19 restrictions continue to apply to protect our community, and we need to maintain high rates of COVID-19 testing in our community.

Restrictions easing from Monday 29 March:

A number of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW will be eased as the State continues to move forward in a COVID-Safe way.

  • No caps on weddings and funerals;
  • No restrictions on singing including in places of worship;
  • No restriction on dancing including at weddings and in pubs and nightclubs;
  • No cap on visitors in the home (if there are more than 100 people there must be a COVID-19 Safety plan and electronic recording of visitor details);
  • 200 people allowed for personal outdoor public gatherings;
  • All venues to move to the one person per 2sqm rule (venues will be allowed at least 25 people before the 2sqm rule applies);
  • 100 per cent seated capacity at entertainment venues including stadiums and theatres, and;
  • Mask use including on public transport will move from ‘mandatory’ to ‘strongly recommended’.

Further, as of Saturday 27 March the following measures relate to places of public worship:

  • There will be no cap of 30 performers permitted to sing indoors
  • There will be no requirement of 1 person per 4 square metres of space if members of the congregation are singing in an indoor area
  • There will be no mandatory requirement for people to wear a face mask if they are singing indoors in a place of public worship

You can read more here.