Qld to open border to NSW from November 1: Full press conference | ABC News

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    Queensland is set to reopen the border to all of New South Wales from November 1 if there are 28 days of no community transmission. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced further stages of reopening the state in a “COVID Safe Future” roadmap that also included the easing of restrictions around public gatherings. Standing, eating and drinking will be allowed at bars and restaurants around the state from 4:00pm today. Stage 5, which begins on the November 1, will allow 40 people at private gatherings and 40 people will be allowed to dance at weddings. Queensland’s border measures will also be relaxed under stage 5, if New South Wales records 28 days without community transmission. Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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