Sydney restrictions could ease within days
The limit on gatherings inside homes is expected to be discussed during NSW government crisis talks on Wednesday morning as Premier Gladys Berejiklian considers easing restrictions for Greater Sydney in time for Australia Day.
With NSW recording no locally acquired cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, it is expected that Ms Berejiklian will on Wednesday discuss easing restrictions within a matter of days during the state government’s crisis cabinet meeting.
Ms Berejiklian said senior ministers were “definitely in a space of wanting to ease restrictions”.
Sydney’s restrictions include a maximum of five people allowed inside a home, while only 30 may gather outdoors in a public space. Weddings and funerals are limited to 100 people under the 4sq m rule.
However, lifting restrictions will…