Masks off in Sydney

Masks and QR codes

Masks no longer required in office buildings (unvaccinated people must still wear a mask in the office).

Masks required for all staff and customers in all indoor settings including on public transport, planes and in airports (except children under the age of 12).

Masks no longer required in outdoor settings (except for front-of-house hospitality staff).

COVID Safe check-ins and proof of vaccination required for staff and customers.

Visiting family and friends

Up to 20 visitors allowed in a home at any one time (visitor limits do not apply for children under the age of 12).

Small outdoor gatherings and recreation permitted for up to 50 people (2-person limit for people not fully vaccinated).

Visitors to residents in aged care facilities and disability homes permitted in line with their policies.

Exercise and recreation

Gyms, indoor recreation and sporting facilities open with density limits of 1 person per 4 square metres and up to 20 people in gym and dance classes.

No distance limits apply for exercise or recreation.

Indoor swimming pools open for swimming lessons, squad training, lap swimming and rehab activities.

Community sports permitted for fully vaccinated staff, spectators and participants – capacity limits apply.

Shopping and personal services

Non-critical retail open with density limits (people who are not fully vaccinated can only access non-critical retail via click & collect).

No customer limit for personal services (including hairdressers, spas, beauty and nail salons, tattoo and massage parlours), density limits apply.

Working from home

Employers allow staff to continue to work from home, if reasonably practicable.

Employers require staff who are not fully vaccinated to work from home, if reasonably practicable.

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