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Gatherings of 50 people, more people in pubs and workers back to the office: How restrictions will be eased in New South Wales before Christmas A number of coronavirus restrictions will be eased in NSW ahead of Christmas  50 people will be allowed in homes with an outdoor area from December 1 30 people will be permitted in homes that do not have an outdoor space  The public health order urging workers to stay at home if possible will be lifted  Small pubs and hospitality venues in NSW will be able to double their capacity 

By Levi Parsons For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:33 GMT, 25 November 2020 | Updated: 04:33 GMT, 25 November 2020

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New South Wales will ease a number of coronavirus restrictions just in time for Christmas.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the news on Wednesday outlining that 50 visitors will now be allowed in homes with an outdoor area from December 1.

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The state leader also said small pubs and hospitality venues will be able to double their capacity from one person per four square meters to two.

The final change is that companies will be able to bring workers back to the office from December 14.

But the Premier has warned, the uptick in public transport will mean the state's residents will have to 'get better at wearing masks.'

New South Wales will ease a number of coronavirus restrictions just in time for Christmas (pictured, two woman enjoy a drink on June 1 at the Royal Hotel)

New South Wales will ease a number of coronavirus restrictions just in time for Christmas (pictured, two woman enjoy a drink on June 1 at the Royal Hotel)

'My colleagues and I, in conjunction with the health experts, were able to go a bit further than what we anticipated. So it's fantastic news,' Ms Berejiklian said.

'If you are hosting an event at your home, you can have up to 50 people, so long as you utilise an outdoor space,' Ms Berejiklian said.

'If you do not have an outdoor space, we do not recommend any more than 30 people inside the home.'

Previously only 20 people were allowed in the home.

Outdoor gatherings like BBQs in the park will also be capped at 50. 

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NSW has gone 18-consecutive days without any locally acquired COVID-19 cases and there have been no mystery infections for one month.

To mark the state's success, smaller pubs, clubs and restaurants will be able

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