NSW clubs have finally been given the green light to re-open their facilities with a relaxation on COVID-19 regulations allowing up to 50 people onto a dance floor at any time as long as they’re abiding by the one person/4sqm rule.

NSW has recorded 25 straight days of no new virus cases and no community transmission, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced new regulation roll backs.

Also maximum capacity of events like weddings, funerals, corporate events, religious services and regional agricultural shows has been scrapped again, as long as people are social distancing.

From Monday: 

* One person per two square metres at venues including hospitality venues, retail, events and places of worship, with the exception of gyms and nightclubs (where one person per four square metres still applies)


* 100 per cent capacity at outdoor stadiums and theatres

* 75 per cent seated capacity for indoor stadiums and theatres

* Up to 100 people for outdoor gatherings (up from 50), including in back yards

* Up to 5000 people for outdoor events that are fenced, ticketed and seated, and up to 3000 people for other organised outdoor events

* Up to 50 people on an indoor dancefloor at any one time

* Choirs of up to 50 people indoors, with congregations advised to wear masks, while there will be no maximum cap outdoors


* No caps for bookings at hospitality venues, weddings, funerals, regional agricultural shows, corporate events or religious services.

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