Social distancing restrictions in Tasmania have begun to lift, allowing a slow, staged return to normal life.
All of these rules could change at any time depending on the coronavirus: If there is a rise in cases or an outbreak in a certain area, rules are likely to become stricter again. But at the moment, this is the state's plan.
All social activities are allowed with the expectation that people will continue to wash their hands regularly, stay 1.5 metres apart, and isolate themselves and arrange testing for the coronavirus if they have the symptoms of a cold. Call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to organise a test.
What can I already do?
Changes that have already been made in Tasmania are:
Aged care residents can have one visit of no more than two people per week.
You can visit a National Park or reserve within 30 kilometres of your house.
TasTAFE campuses and training facilities can have in-person learning for invited small groups of students.
From Monday, May 18
You can have up to five people visit your household, not including the people who already live there.
Some public places can open for a maximum of 10 people, including cafes and restaurants, parks and playgrounds, and swimming pools. However, councils are choosing to keep some playgrounds and pools closed where it will not be feasible to limit them to 10 people at a time.
You can have a gathering of up to 10 people, not including event or premises staff. That includes weddings, open homes and auctions, and religious worship. All attendee names and contact details must be recorded so they can be contacted if someone present turns out to have had the coronavirus.
You can hold a funeral with up to 30 people outdoors and 20 people indoors, not including the funeral director and other staff.
You can use the library: Using a 'click and collect' service, members can browse the online catalogue, place holds and collect items from the library during set hours.
Tasmanian residents entering the state can quarantine for 14 days at home instead of in a hotel, and other people living in the house do not have to quarantine unless someone has symptoms of a cold. FIFO workers can leave the state before their 14 days quarantine finishes to go to work interstate.
From Monday, May 25
Kindergarten to year six students go back to school. Year 11 and 12 students also go back to school.
Aged care residents can have up to two visitors, once a day.
From Tuesday, June 9
Year seven to 10 students return to school.
From Saturday, June 13
All three codes of racing can resume.
From Monday, June 15
Gatherings increase to a maximum of 20 people not including staff, including at cafes and restaurants, cinemas, museums, galleries, theatres, performance venues, historic sites, religious worship, open homes and auctions, parks and playgrounds, pools, and weddings.
You can have a maximum of 50 people at a funeral, not including staff.
Sport can resume with a maximum of 20 people involved in a game.
Gyms, boot camps, and beauty services can reopen for a maximum of 20 people.
You can go back to the shack: Camping, overnight boating and shack visits are allowed with up to 20 people.
From Monday, July 13
The limit on public gatherings will increase to between 50 to 100 people - a specific number will be made closer to the date.
Aged care visitors are allowed up to five visitors at a time, at multiple times every day.
Markets, food courts, food vans, pubs, clubs, and casinos, and spas and bathhouses to reopen.
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