Yes, in all states you are allowed to leave your home to play sports, including dog walking. Social distancing measures must be followed during the absence, and in Victoria, NSW, Queensland, WA*, Tasmania and ACT, you can only be accompanied by one or more other people in your household. New rules apply to people travelling to New South Wales from overseas. If you have recently entered from abroad, follow the rules for international arrivals. On Wednesday, Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said romantic partner visits were considered “care” and therefore allowed, but when Guardian Australia asked New South Wales Police if immediate family visits were also constituted as “care”, they replied that social visits did not count. We will endeavour to further clarify this issue. However, you can visit your family if you take care of them, deliver food to them, help them with medicine, take them to shops when they need help, etc. Striking green dots on public transport indicate the safest seating and standing. The “no point, no point” rule applies – meaning that if there is no place to travel and safely practice social distancing, you may be asked to wait for the next service. Passengers must always leave an empty seat or seat between them. All Australians were urged to avoid unnecessary socialisation. Until 18 July 2020, international travellers who had to undergo mandatory quarantine upon arrival did not have to pay for accommodation, costing the New South Wales government A$65 million. According to the new rules from Saturday, 18.
In July 2020, all new arrivals will be charged for their quarantine.  Due to social distancing requirements, lockdowns, travel restrictions, and state or state border closures introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic, many events were cancelled, postponed, postponed, reduced or moved in 2020 and 2021. Some have switched to an online or streaming format. Some events, such as Vivid Sydney, have been cancelled for the second year in a row. In early 2021, events such as regional agricultural shows and music festivals (Byron Bay Bluesfest and Groovin the Moo) were cancelled. As of January 16, 2021, twenty regional shows scheduled for January or February 2021 have been postponed or cancelled in New South Wales. For more information about the face mask rules that apply to you, see “Face masks – New South Wales” in the restriction checker. CID NSW has created an easy-to-read version of these rules. States have expressed different approaches, for example, ACT says it will issue a warning in the first place, while Victoria has taken a tougher stance against those who violate social distancing rules.
No state has specific rules for how far you can walk to exercise, but many have called on people to use “common sense.” The NSW COVID Safe check-in app service is required at select businesses, venues and events. For more information, see nsw.gov.au/covid-19/stay-safe/rules/people-in-nsw. Exceptions are possible. Learn more about face mask rules. However, if you visit a seniors` care facility or a home for people with disabilities, certain rules may apply to you. From Monday 27. December 2021, new rules apply, including: Starting September 21, people under the age of 18 living in problem areas and areas with stay-at-home rules can form a “friend bubble” of 3 people to visit each other for play activities. Follow Ministry of Education School Rules We remind drivers to respect traffic rules and to be careful. It`s the little things that make a big difference and protect us from COVID-19. Holiday homes and short-term accommodation can be used by anyone. In 2021, there were several lockdowns in New South Wales. Important events include: Community sports, including games, competitions and practices, can be held for all employees, spectators and participants. Automated pedestrian crossings at traffic signals in Sydney`s central business district and major health districts in Greater Sydney are active 24 hours a day to limit the spread of COVID-19.
New Year`s celebrations have been limited in the city of Sydney, around the harbour and in the suburbs. The midnight fireworks over Sydney Harbour, normally 20 minutes, have been reduced to 7 minutes, excluding fireworks at 9pm.  The harbour gardens were closed to prevent crowds from gathering. Only residents, guests and people with reservations at bars, hotels and restaurants were allowed to stay on the foreshore under a pass system. North Sydney lookouts were also closed.  Due to the high demand for testing in most parts of Australia, some changes have been made to testing requirements. In general, enforcement is left to the discretion of police officers. 10.
A mass vaccination centre has been opened in Sydney Olympic Park. On the same day, registration began for New South Wales residents aged 40 to 49 to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.