Restrictions Eased for Fully Vaccinated NSW Residents [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Restrictions Eased for Fully Vaccinated NSW Residents [Headlines]

There will be no limits on the number of people who can visit a home, indoor pools will be open and stadiums and cinemas can be filled.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 8 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team. You can listen to hourly bulletin updates at hopenews.com.au.

Many of the remaining COVID restrictions have been eased today, but only for the fully vaccinated.

There will be no limits on the number of people who can visit a home, indoor pools will open for any activity and stadiums and cinemas can be filled.

Churches, retail and hospitality venues can double their capacity with a two square metre rule now in place.

COVID-19 booster shots are now available around the country.

Anyone who has been fully vaccinated for at least six months is eligible to receive a Pfizer jab at GPs and pharmacies.

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Year 12 students are preparing to sit their HSC exams which start tomorrow.

The exams were delayed by one week due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Prime Minister is hitting the road as part of a week-long pre-election tour of New South Wales.

Scott Morrison will present his climate policy to workers in the Hunter region.

He’s due to announce an extra $1.5 million for a study on a hydrogen hub at the Port of Newcastle.

A new deal will see the New South Wales, ACT and South Australian governments work together on reducing carbon emissions.

The Net Zero Emissions Policy Forum is designed to boost collaboration on addressing practical challenges with reaching net zero.

Much of Australia’s east coast is forecast to receive above-average rainfall for the next week.

Severe storms have been predicted across parts of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.