COVID restrictions ease in Queensland but businesses still feel the impacts of lockdown | ABC News

Restrictions have officially eased today across Queensland following the latest COVID-19 outbreak, but businesses are still reeling from the effects of the three-day Greater Brisbane lockdown.
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The visitor ban has also been lifted, allowing people back into hospitals, prisons and aged and disability care centres to see loved ones.

Other restrictions easing today include private gathering limits, which are extending from 30 to 100 people per household.

There are also no limits on outdoor gatherings, but music festivals will have to have a COVID-safe plan.

Cinemas, theatres, and stadiums can now operate at 100 per cent capacity.

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