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Latest news: Public gathering

Three-step plan to ease COVID restrictions

Prime Minister Scott Morrison today outlined a three-step plan easing COVID restrictions in a staggered fashion at each State and Territory’s pace.

Restrictions eased to allow family visits, non-essential shopping

The ACT’s public health restriction changes will allow families to visit one another inside homes, while non-essential retail shopping will also be permitted.

Just two active COVID-19 cases remain in Canberra

Just two active cases of COVID-19 remain in the ACT, while the Commonwealth's COVIDSafe app has had over 2.8 million downloads.

‘Drive thru’ weddings to see Canberra couples hitched from their front seat

Forget about onion rings and burger rings, Canberra, you can now pick up a gold ring at your very own drive-thru wedding.

Canberra Easter crowds elicit stern warning

While Canberrans have done a lot toward curbing COVID-19, many crowds inadvertently flouted public gathering restrictions over the Easter long weekend.

Public gatherings larger than two could face $8,000 fine

The ACT Government is set to introduce $1,000 fines for breaches to public gathering restrictions on the back of NSW announcing a “police crackdown”.