Up to 40 Queenslanders will be permitted to dance at weddings and school formals from 4pm today as coronavirus restrictions ease.
Dancing at weddings and school formals will be allowed in Queensland from later today as part of the state's easing of its coronavirus restrictions.
From 4pm, up to 40 people can dance at weddings with a COVID Safe Plan, something which has not been allowed since the global pandemic reached Australia earlier this year.
Dancing will be also be allowed for students at Year 12 school formals.
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As well as easings for wedding and formals, 40 people are now allowed to gather at home.
Aged care residents can go on outings again from 4pm today.
Queensland recorded only two new COVID-19 cases today, both are Australians who have returned from overseas and are in hotel quarantine.
There are only four people with coronavirus currently in the state.
Queensland also plans finally open its borders with neighbouring NSW on November 1, providing there are no mystery cases in the state, with the ongoing closure remaining controversial.
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/coronavirus-queensdland-restrictions-ease-two-new-cases-hotel-quarantine/bf97b9da-b0a3-4eba-ab27-d51e7509f894