Current restrictions in force as part of Stage 2.2 of Canberra’s Recovery Plan are outlined in the page below.
The ACT Chief Health Officer will conduct a check point before any future changes are put in to effect. To find out more visit our Changes to Restrictions page.
What you can do
- There is no limit on household visitation
- Public gatherings can be a maximum of 100 people (including staff, trainers and spectators), with one person per 4 square metres in both indoor and outdoor spaces.
- Many businesses can now operate with some restrictions, the latest advice is available at the Business Hub.
- Retail shops, restaurants and cafés, pubs and clubs, cultural institutions, entertainment venues, and personal services (hairdressers, beauty salons, therapeutic massage) can open.
- Sports and fitness activities are also permitted, with gyms now open and community sports allowed within group limits.
- Domestic travel to and from the ACT is not restricted - if leaving the ACT be sure to follow the rules in the jurisdiction you are in.
- Further detailed information can be found on our Changes to Restrictions page.
What you need to do
- Restrictions have eased, but your responsibility hasn’t.
- Be sure to practise good hand and respiratory hygiene at all times.
- If you are have any symptoms of COVID-19 – temperature above 37.5 degrees or a cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath) – then get tested for COVID-19.
- There are a range of initiatives in place to support the economic recovery of the ACT.