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What is cur­rently al­lowed in SA

Max gath­er­ing of 10 peo­ple Work from home where pos­si­ble

Take­away from restau­rants, cafes, pubs, winer­ies and brew­eries

Re­tail not re­stricted Out­door ex­er­cise

So­cial gatherings

Schools open

Aged-care vis­its (lim­ited) Out­door play­grounds

From May 11

Max gath­er­ing of 10 peo­ple Re­gional travel

Uni and TAFE face-to-face tu­to­ri­als

Out­door din­ing for restau­rants and cafes Com­mu­nity, youth and

RSL halls, auc­tions and home in­spec­tions

Lo­cal gov­ern­ment li­braries Sport train­ing (out­door only)

Fu­ner­als (20 in­door/30 out­door max­i­mum)

Wor­ship, wed­dings and cer­e­monies

Pools (lim­its ap­ply)

No re­stric­tions will ease this week­end. The NSW Gov­ern­ment is wait­ing to as­sess data from May be­fore con­sid­er­ing any changes

Up to five peo­ple from the same home can visit an­other house­hold from Sun­day

Per­sonal train­ing ses­sions, shops, wed­dings of up to 10 peo­ple and out­side fu­ner­als of up to 30 peo­ple al­lowed from Fri­day. Open-house in­spec­tions and auc­tions can also go ahead

Recre­ational travel of up to 150km from home is al­lowed, ex­cept in the Out­back, where lo­cals can travel up to 500km

On June 12, non-con­tact sports can re­sume and gyms, yoga stu­dios, the­atres and zoos can open in a lim­ited ca­pac­ity

Vic­to­ri­ans must wait un­til Mon­day to learn what

From June 8

Max gath­er­ing of 20 peo­ple Cine­mas and the­atres

Seated din­ing

Gal­leries and mu­se­ums

Beauty, nails, tat­too, mas­sage (non-ther­a­peu­tic) Driv­ing-in­struc­tion lessons Gyms and in­door fit­ness Fu­ner­als (50 max­i­mum)

Sport tran­si­tion to com­pe­ti­tion with­out spec­ta­tors, in­clud­ing in­door

Larger gatherings

Li­censed pubs and bars (non­food)

Night­clubs

Shisha/hookah bars In­ter­na­tional stu­dents re­turn­ing

Casino and gam­ing venues Sta­di­ums and larger en­ter­tain­ment venues

Food courts

Spas and saunas

State bor­der re­stric­tions Travel into pro­tected com­mu­ni­ties

Last week, parks re­opened and out­door wed­dings and fu­ner­als were al­lowed, along with in­spec­tions and auc­tions

On May 15, restau­rants, cafes and bars will re­open as long as peo­ple buy food

Non-con­tact sports can also start, as well as in­door ac­tiv­i­ties for less than two hours, in­clud­ing beauty sa­lons, gyms, li­braries and places of wor­ship

From June 5, the two-hour limit will be re­moved and bars and clubs will be able to op­er­ate with­out food be­ing com­pul­sory. Cine­mas will also re­open and team sports, in­clud­ing foot­ball, will be al­lowed

Out­door gatherings of up to 10 peo­ple al­lowed from to­day

West Australian­s will

Camp­ing grounds and car­a­van parks re­stric­tions will be eased

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