Big changes are being planned for weddings, schools and community spread for New South Wales including Sydney. This is being done in the wake of decreasing number of COVID cases in the state and city. Weddings can have a maximum of 20 people on the dance floor however these people need to be a part of the bridal party. NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has been quoted “It’s a case of still being cautious but opening up an opportunity for not just the bride and groom but the bride and groom’ parents and any of the other people who make up the bridal party”.
Education Institutions to ease a few restrictions in NSW and Sydney
Community Sport events in NSW have also been eased out making it possible for both parents to attend games ahead of the grand finals kicking off. School sport events have been restored to the same level as they were planned before the pandemic informed NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell. Inter-School and Zone competitions will be on however parents will not be allowed into the school when a school day is on. However, if school activities have been planned in community sport venues, parents will be allowed with full coverage of COVID-safe guidelines.
Major Events for this year might undergo a few changes in Sydney
Sydney’s New Years Eve fireworks display might go ahead this year as the daily number of coronavirus infection numbers continues to dwindle across New South Wales. Although the event might look a bit different however the NSW Government will foot the bill and provide a message of hope to the whole world after a tough time the world has had in 2020. The vast majority of people might have to watch the Sydney Fireworks from home.
Opera House Sydney performances and events have been canceled totally given the new norm of social distancing being followed worldwide. The Opera House is closed to the public due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. However, as a part of the digital season, a few performances of Opera house are being streamed online.
Carols in the Domain generally draws tens of thousands of people to Domain Park in Sydney’s CBD, the good news is that it is still scheduled to take place, however, a few major changes are on the anvil since music festivals are banned and outdoor gatherings are capped at 20.