Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the upcoming Easter break will look very different this year.
As the long weekend approaches, it’s hard to keep up with all the rules and regulations on what exactly you can and can’t do. But we’ve done the hard work for you, and collated the latest rules regarding what you are currently allowed to do over the Easter break.
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases approaches 6,000 at the time of reporting, all Australians are advised to stay home unless they need to leave the house for an essential reason.
But does that mean you can still go for a drive? And what about visiting your family members?
Here are all your questions about the looming long weekend ahead, answered.
Can I go for a drive?
This depends entirely on where you are driving to.
Across Australia, residents are urged to avoid unnecessary travel. This means not leaving the house…