Premier Mark McGowan and Health Minister Roger Cook have announced some of Western Australia’s stage 3 restrictions will be relaxed.
Premier Mark McGowan and Health Minister Roger Cook have announced some of Western Australia’s stage 3 restrictions will be relaxed effective Monday, 27 April 2020 to ensure families and friends can stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The changes, based on health advice, will mean indoor and outdoor non-work gatherings will be relaxed to enable for up to 10 persons, lifted from the two person only limit, following continued low number of new cases and the encouraging response to COVID-19 in WA.
“A maximum of 10 people will be allowed at outdoor personal training (1 trainer + 9 participants and no shared equipment). All public playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor gym equipment are to remain closed.”
Page 6 – 7, section 14 Prohibited Activity
(d) Personal Training which:
(i) occurs indoors; or
(ii) occurs outdoors, except where the personal training which occurs outdoors involves no more that 10 persons, a distance of at least 1.5 meters is kept between each person involved, there is at least 4 square meters of space for each person involved and no equipment is shared by any of the persons involved
More details here.
These decisions are based on the best medical advice in the country and as outlined by National Cabinet restrictions could be in place for six months, but subject to regular review.
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