Ebene News – CA – NYE Celebrations Will Be Different This Year Here’s a state-by-state guide to what you can and can’t do

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Fireworks have been canceled in several major cities and social distancing restrictions are in place in most states and territories

Australians will face more moderate New Year celebrations this year, with the coronavirus pandemic keeping restrictions in place across much of the country

Many fireworks have been canceled, limits on the number of household guests are in place, and people have been told not to hug or kiss others as they celebrate the end of what has been a horror year for many

With a plethora of restrictions, here’s a guide to what you can and can’t do today

There will be no family fireworks at 9 p.m. around Sydney Harbor, but there will be a short fireworks display from the Harbor Bridge at midnight Best to catch it on TV , because general public access will be closed to all areas of the “green zone”

The exceptions are residents of the green zone, people booking restaurants or workers

Entry into the yellow zone is not limited to residents or visitors, but people who congregate in these areas in large numbers may be displaced by police, according to NSW Health

If you live in Greater Sydney (which includes Wollongong, Central Coast and Blue Mountains) you will only be allowed to accommodate five people, including children, in your home

Residents living in the northern zone of the northern beaches remain under strict stay-at-home orders until at least January 9, but residents are granted an exemption on New Years Eve that allows them to stay home. ” accommodate up to five people, including children, in their home in the same area

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Those in the southern area of ​​the northern beaches will also be allowed to accommodate up to five people, including children, in their homes, also from the same area, but will not be allowed to accommodate guests from Greater Sydney

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Bars, restaurants and venues in the two northern beach areas will remain open for take-out only

Outside of Sydney, check with your local council to see what they have planned and what restrictions and guidelines are in place

The main Brisbane fireworks have been canceled, and kissing and hugging strangers are also not recommended

“We all love on New Years Eve to give a kiss or a hug to the closest person, I suggest you limit that to your close friends and known family,” said Dr. Jeannette Young , state health official, earlier this week

Starting at 5 p.m. today, Victorians will be required to wear a mask indoors if they are outside their home

Victorians will also only be allowed 15 guests in their home, with a household gathering limit cut in half instead of 30 people

Victorians from Wollongong or the Blue Mountains who traveled from December 27th may have to completely cancel their NYE plans and will have until 1159h tonight to return to Victoria

Travelers will also need to apply for a new travel permit to return, get tested within 24 hours, and quarantine at home for 14 days

Melbourne’s annual fireworks display over the Yarra River has been canceled and the state government has urged people to stay away from Melbourne’s central business district, saying only those who booked in a place in the city would be allowed to enter

Bars, restaurants and other places such as nightclubs are open, but with a limit on the number of customers

There will be various fireworks displays across the state starting at 8 p.m. – the full list can be found here

The state has no maximum on the number of people allowed to assemble, provided there is no more than one person per two square meters

Fireworks have been canceled in Adelaide, but they will still be held at the local councils of Murray Bridge, Whyalla, Victor Harbor and Port Lincoln

Housekeeping meetings of up to 50 people are allowed, provided there is no more than one person per two square meters

Up to 200 people can gather in one place for a private function, if they respect the same rule of the square meter

NSW residents will also be banned from South Australia starting at midnight Thursday, South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall announced.

There will be a 100 km buffer zone for cross-border communities and some exceptions will be in place for returning residents, those relocating permanently or essential travelers

Hobart will ring in the New Year with the 9th 30pm and midnight fireworks display in the River Derwent This year, however, the fireworks will be displayed much higher than usual to be seen from more vantage points.

Tasmania has a rule of two square meters, but with an upper limit of 250 people for undivided space in an indoor room

There will be no fireworks this year in the Australian capital for the second year in a row (last year they were canceled due to bushfires)

Instead, residents are invited to celebrate at local restaurants with festive lighting in different venues

ACT has no restrictions on the number of visitors people can have in their homes

Outdoor gatherings in the capital Canberra are limited to a maximum of 500 people, where the two square meter rule can be observed

There is no limit to the number of people who can gather indoors or outdoors in the Northern Territory, but it is always recommended that people stay 15 meters from those they are with. do not live all the time

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Ebene News – CA – NYE celebrations will be different this year Here is a state-by-state guide to this that you can and cannot do

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