Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced today during a conference, National Cabinet has agreed to a plan in 3 steps to remove restrictions due to COVID-19 by July 2020.
The goal for Australia is to completely remove all the restrictions by July going through 3 different steps:
– Gathering of 5 visitors at home allowed and 10 in business and public places.
– Keep working from home if it works for your employer
– Small restaurants, cafes and shops reopen
– Librairies, playgrounds, pools, golf courses, boot camp reopen
– Local and regional travel
– Gatherings of 20 people in your home, business and public places
– Keep working from home if it works for you and your employer
– Gyms, beauty, cinemas, galleries, amusement parks reopen
– Caravan and camping grounds
– Some interstate travels will be allowed
– Gatherings up to 100 people
– Most workers back in the workplace
– Nightclubs, food courts, saunas reopen
– All interstate travels allowed
– Tasmania, Pacific Island and International students travels
However, Scott Morrison said, each state and territories will decide the pace of change from one step to another.
Things to know:
Students should be able to go back to school in step 1
PM can’t see international travel happening any time soon
By July, life should be back to normal in Australia if we all respect the safety measures.