Fully vaccinated residents have been granted restrictions after New South Wales reached the major milestone of having 70 per cent of its over 16 population vaccinated against coronavirus.
“It’s been a tough 100 days of blood, sweat and no beers, but we’ve got it back in action tomorrow” Mr Perrottet said at a press conference on Sunday.
“You’ve earned it. We’re back in action tomorrow after more than 100 days making enormous sacrifices.
The mood in Sydney ‘is one of excitement’
“It’s an exciting day for our state, but we need to do this in a safe way. Please treat everyone with respect and kindness.”
He continued, “NSW is leading the country out of this pandemic. Not just leading our country, but leading the world.”
From Monday October 11, wedding ceremonies and funerals will be permitted for up to 100 people, up to 10 people can visit homes and a limit of 30 will be permitted to gather outdoors.
Personal services such as hairdressers, beauty salons and massage parlours will reopen with density limits for up to 5 clients.
Hospitality venues will reopen with density limits for up to 20 people per booking and subject to a one person per four square metre inside and one person per two square metres outside.
NSW the first state to be ‘living with Covid’
NSW residents took to social media to share what they’re looking forward to the most.
“5:30am and I’m already looking forward to my $10 snitty and overpriced cocktail at the pub tonight,” one person tweeted.
Others went straight to Kmart.
“FreedomDay at 6:59am the hairdresser line is already swelling in Cronulla,” another tweeted.
“My daughters when the nail salon opens.”
“At the gym after 4 months,” another wrote.
“It’s official. Lockdown has ended!”

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