Summary of what you must do and what is open at low risk alert level 1.
What you must do at alert level 1
At alert level 1 you must:
- Follow social distancing rules with people you do not live with or who are not in your exclusive extended household.
- Wear a face covering (if you are able to) in all indoor public places.
- Only form an extended household with no more than 2 other households and they should stay the same.
- Meet no more than 5 other people indoors.
- Meet no more than 5 other people in private gardens.
- Meet in groups of no more than 30 people outdoors.
- Work from home if you can.
- Not travel to areas of high prevalence without reasonable excuse.
What can open at alert level 1
- Schools, colleges and childcare providers.
- Higher education institutions.
- Licenced premises (can serve alcohol between 6am and 10pm. Premises must close by 10:20pm).
- Non-essential retail.
- Close contact services.
- Holiday accommodation.
- Entertainment venues.
- Indoor visitor attractions.
- Outdoor visitor attractions.
- Leisure and fitness facilities.
- Venues for events and conferences.
- Theatres and concert halls.
- Places of worship.
- Community centres.
- Libraries and archive services.
- Sport courts, golf courses.
- Playgrounds and public parks.
- Organised indoor activities (up to 50 people).
- Organised outdoor activities (up to 100 people).
- International travel.
- Weddings (ceremony limit set by venue).
- Wedding reception / Wake (50 people indoors 100 outdoors).
What must be closed at alert level 1
- Nightclubs and adult entertainment venues.