NSW to enjoy HUGE easing of Covid restrictions as state goes record 38 days without local Covid case

Revelers in New South Wales can take to dance floors across the state from Friday after Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced a widespread easing of coronavirus restrictions.

Ms Berejiklian on Wednesday said singing, dancing and chanting at indoor venues would be allowed again as the state went 38 days without a single local case of Covid-19.

Households will be allowed to welcome 50 visitors in the home but stand-up drinking will remain banned in indoor venues.

Singing and dancing were banned on December 20 as NSW battled against an outbreak of Covid-19 infections on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.