More than five million residents in Sydney were subjected to a lockdown of 106 days to stop the spreading of highly transmissible Delta variant of coronavirus.
Elated Sydney siders were under lockdown for four months of “blood, sweat and no beers” early Monday as a long coronavirus lockdown was lifted in Australia’s largest city.
With the advent of new infections, New South Wales state recorded 477 cases on Sunday. Among these, more than 70 percent, that is, 16 members, are double vaccinated. Hence they have taken measures to prevent the spreading of the virus.
A handful of venues, along with few bars and slot machine rooms, and are planned to at 12:01 am local time for vaccinated candidates.
While the hairdressers will open the doors during the day. Since June there were unprecedented restrictions on personal freedom as most of the shops, salons, schools and offices were closed.
There were strict bans for:
Even though they lifted the lockdown after 100 days, there are still few restrictions on:
Australia has successfully controlled the spreading of the potent virus by following strict measures like:
Despite all these, there are few concerns about reopening. All the measures will be followed to prevent the spreading of the virus as per the officials in Australia.
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