The New South Wales has announced a slight easing of gathering laws from this Friday.
Two adults will be allowed to visit a household from May 1, excluding small children.
It comes as the state records just five new cases of the virus overnight, bringing the total confirmed cases in the state to 3,009.
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2,243 of those have recovered.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian says they’re hoping to reduce isolation measures, and improve people’s mental health.
Though she’s urging everyone to be extra, extra careful.
“If you’re visiting someone who’s over 70 years of age, or someone with a comorbidity, you have to practise really good social distancing.
“If you have the mildest sniffle, do not go and visit anybody, if you’re feeling slightly unwell or fatigued, please do not risk it, do not go and visit anybody.
“Similarly if your’e over 70, we still recommend that you keep leaving the home to a minimum.
“But if you do feel you need to go visit someone in their home, please make sure that you’re asking questions about making sure everybody is well, making sure everybody practices social distancing,” the Premier said.
There haven’t been strict rules around what sort of events people can be attending, such as BBQs or birthdays, people are just being encouraged to be socially responsible with these rules.
It’s understood that NSW Health is preparing for an increase in cases in May due to relaxing some restrictions, though maintain they’re ready for it.
Schools will also begin going back from May 11.