NRL 2021 COVID-19 Sydney Northern Beaches Outbreak - Greater Sydney Lockdown
20th December 2020
Just prior to Christmas 2020 an outbreak on the Sydney Northern Beaches, from a Airline staff member, sent greater Sydney into a Covid lockdown once again. Restrictions at sporting events in Sydney had reduced to 25% of stadium capacity and masks compulsary. Queensland have once again closed their borders to Greater Sydney.
NRL 2021 COVID-19 Sydney Northern Beaches Outbreak - Borders Re-Open
27th January 2021
Queensland has re-opened its borders to greater Sydney. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the state's border with NSW will open on February 1, in a decision that the NSW Premier says has come as a relief. It means Greater Sydney will no longer be declared a hotspot and millions of residents across 35 local government areas will be able to enter Queensland from Monday without undergoing mandatory hotel quarantine.
NRL 2021 COVID-19 Sydney Northern Beaches Outbreak - NSW Stadiums at 75% capacity
26th February 2021
Restrictions across Greater Sydney had eased and as we entered the start if the NRL pre-season NSW stadiums were able to operate at 75% capacity.
NRL 2021 COVID-19 Sydney Outbreak - NSW Stadiums at 100% capacity
24th March 2021
For the first time in more than 12 months, there will be no COVID-19 restrictions on dancing in NSW after the state government announced a major relaxation of social distancing measures. The overhaul will take effect from 12.01am on March 29 and also means masks will no longer be mandatory on public transport. From Monday:
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