By now, social distancing and isolation feels like the new normal.
We’re closing in on two months since COVID-19 lockdowns began in some way, and as Australia succeeds in flattening the curve, officials in each state have made decisions to either ease some measures or hold firm on the rules for a while longer.
As different states and territories enforce and lift different rules, it can be confusing to decipher what you can legally do right now – and where.
We’ve broken it down state-by-state to explain what the current social distancing measures mean for you.
Can I visit have my partner, family or a friend or have social guests?
All states allow you to leave home for the purpose of exercise with one other person, which means you can meet your partner or friend in public to exercise together.
The federal government is recommending those over 70, those with chronic illness over 60 and…