New Restrictions

By Inara Hossain

We must all be a little selfless and compassionate to those at risk from this horrid virus. While we, as teenagers at high school, aren’t that much at risk we must remember that there are other people who are at risk and that our actions will and do have consequences on others. So to keep our selves and others healthy and safe it is the best course of action to stay at home if possible and leave only when necessary. Our PM has started to ban certain things to keep to the rule of social distancing. Before I go ahead and tell you what we can no-longer do I must stress how important social distancing is. While we should not stop doing the things we love due to Covid-19 we also need to exercise our common sense and try to make sacrifices. Stay At Home If Possible, its not the end of the world, and we will minimise the risk if we do so.

Here is the list of things not allowed during this time (for at least 6 months):

*Please note by the time this article is released this may change

  • Pubs

  • Clubs (excluding bottle shops attached)

  • Hotels (excluding accommodation)

  • Gyms and indoor sport venues

  • Playgrounds both indoors and outdoors

  • Cinemas, entertainment venues, casinos

  • Restaurants and cafes (excluding takeaway and/or home delivery)

  • Religious gatherings and places of worship (only in enclosed spaces in very small groups with 1 person per 4 square meters)

  • Weddings (no more than 5 people allowed)

  • Visiiting aged care centres

  • Funerals (no more than 10 people allowed)

Please remember to stay safe during this time by practicing social distancing, washing your hands, keeping up good hygiene, coughing and sneezing into your elbow and to please be considerate of others and their health and safety. Also, make sure to keep updated and watch the news for updates.

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