BREAKING | Restrictions ease for south-east Queensland amid zero local infections
Following a number of weeks with no community transmission of coronavirus, the state government has eased some restrictions for south-east Queensland.
From 4pm today, venues such as pubs, restaurants and cafes can now accommodate one person for every two square metres and patrons can now dance and stand to drink.
Up to 100 people will be allowed to attend private gatherings and 200 people can attend weddings and funerals.
Seated events and stadiums can return to 100 per cent capacity.
Mask requirements currently in place will continue, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said, as “these masks are a protection for us”.
“We will review these mask requirements every two weeks.”
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