ब्रिसबेन। अष्ट्रेलियाको क्विन्सल्याण्ड राज्यमा सामाजिक दुरी सम्बन्धि नियम अझ खुकुलो हुनेभएको छ। लकडाउन खुकुलो गर्ने अष्ट्रेलिया सरकारको तीन चरणको योजना अनुरुप क्विन्सल्याण्ड राज्यले तेस्रो चरण अन्तर्गत लकडाउन अझ खुकुलो गर्नेभएको हो।

आगामी जुलाई ३ तारिख देखि क्विन्सल्याण्डमा विवाह पार्टि, म्युजियम, लाइब्रेरी, कम्युनिटी स्पोर्ट्स, क्यासिनो, नाइटक्लब, कन्सर्ट भेन्यु, थिएटर लगायत खुल्ला हुने बताइएको छ।

विस्तृत जानकारी :

Queenslanders can do from July 3

  • Attend private gatherings including weddings, house parties and funerals with up to 100 people

  • Go to indoor fitness centres, museums, art galleries, libraries and historic sites with one per four square metres

  • Play community sport which involves physical contact, including junior sport

  • Watch community sport in unlimited numbers so long as 1.5 metres of distance is kept between people

  • Queensland venues under 200 square metres will be able to have up to 50 customers or one per two square metres from July 3.

  • Attend venues under 200 square metres with up to 50 people or one person per two square metres

  • Attend venues over 200 square metres with one person per four square metres

  • Go to casinos, gaming and gambling venues, nightclubs, non-therapeutic massage parlours, saunas, bathhouses and food courts – so long as the venues have approved COVID-safe plans

  • Order at the bar of pubs – as opposed to previously when only table service was available. But pub and club patrons will be required to be seated at venues except when ordering at the bar

  • Return to work in their offices

  • Sit next to family members in places of worship

  • Watch events in stadiums with up to 25,000 spectators or 50 per cent of capacity (whichever is the lesser)

  • Go to concert venues, theatres and auditoriums. The venues can have up to 50 per cent capacity or one person per four square metres (whichever is the more)

  • Hold events under 500 people without needing Queensland Health approval (if a COVID Safe Event Checklist is followed

  • Hold events between 500 and 10,000 people, as long as a COVID Safe Event Plan is approved by a local public health unit

  • Hold events over 10,000 people, with a COVID Safe Event Plan approved by the Queensland chief health office

Source : 7News