COVID-19 restrictions in the ACT

Thu 4 Jun 2020

COVID-19 restrictions in the ACT

ACT restrictions eased further from midnight Friday 29 May 2020

Further COVID-19 restrictions have eased from midnight Friday 29 May, under Step 2.1 of the ACT's COVID recovery plan roadmap.

The ACT’s road map is an easy way for Canberran’s to be aware of when and how the Government plans to move out of restrictions that were put in place in March 2020 to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community.


Under Step 2.1, up to 20 patrons will be allowed in cafés, bars, restaurants and clubs (1 person per 4sqm), along with galleries, museums, tourist attractions, beauty therapy businesses and smaller fitness/wellness businesses being allowed to reopen.


Step 2.2, intended to take effect from 19 June, will allow further easing of restrictions, including opening of venues and auditoriums and “consideration for certain business types to increase up to a maximum 50 patrons within the 1 per 4sqm rule, dependent on venue size". More information is available on the ACT Government's COVID-19 website.


Information on the restrictions outside the ACT can be found on the COVID-19 website along with information on travelling interstate