Anti-vaxxers in NSW to enjoy freedoms early as state looks to match Victoria's ...

Anti-vaxxers in NSW to enjoy freedoms early as state looks to match Victoria's ...
Anti-vaxxers in NSW to enjoy freedoms early as state looks to match Victoria's ...

NSW residents that have refused to get a Covid jab are set to enjoy the same freedoms as their vaccinated counterparts early as Victoria races to abolish restrictions.   

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed he will make 'massive' changes to rules once the state hits the 90 per cent vaccination rate in just four weeks time.  

With most restrictions due to be relaxed in Victoria at this milestone it is believed NSW will follow suit and return freedoms to the unvaccinated a week earlier than planned on November 24.

NSW is due to hit the 90 per cent vaccination target well ahead of schedule, with 84.8 per cent of residents fully vaccinated as of Sunday. 

NSW residents that have refused the jab are set to enjoy the same freedoms as their vaccinated counterparts early as Victoria races to remove Covid-19 restrictions

NSW residents that have refused the jab are set to enjoy the same freedoms as their vaccinated counterparts early as Victoria races to remove Covid-19 restrictions

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed he will make 'massive' changes to rules once the state hits the 90 per cent vaccination rate in just four weeks time

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed he will make 'massive' changes to rules once the state hits the 90 per cent vaccination rate in just four weeks time

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has continued to make amendments to the state's roadmap out of lockdown, most recently scrapping home and hotel quarantine for returning residents when travel restarts on November 1. 

A spokesman for the premier told The Australian the state is due to hit the 90 per cent vaccination target 'very soon' and confirmed the roadmap had been updated. 

'We have already updated the road map with eased restrictions for fully vaccinated people where we were confident we could do so safely,' he said. 

'We have continued to monitor vaccination and hospitalisation rates and, wherever safe to do so, will further update the road map for the fully vaccinated.

'Our aim remains returning the freedoms and the life we all love as safely and quickly as possible.'

Regardless of their vaccination status, residents across NSW could be afforded the same freedoms from November 24, a date previously slated for December 1. 

Mr Andrews has announced major changes to Victoria's roadmap when the state reaches its next two major vaccination milestones (pictured, pedestrians in St Kilda)

Mr Andrews has announced major changes to Victoria's roadmap when the state reaches its next two major vaccination milestones (pictured, pedestrians in St Kilda)

There will be no limits to household gatherings, hospitality venues will be allowed to host one patron every two sqm inside and outside, and face masks will not be required for outdoor activities. 

The unvaccinated will officially be allowed to enjoy a drink at the pub, go to the gym, holiday around the state and attend gatherings.  

Meanwhile, Victorians have been given a glimpse of life when nine out of 10 people aged 12 and over are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, as city and regional residents prepare to reunite.

Mr Andrews has announced major changes to Victoria's roadmap when the state reaches its next two major vaccination milestones.

With Victoria set to hit its 80 per cent full vaccination target ahead of schedule sometime next weekend, restrictions will ease further and align across the state from 6pm on Friday.

The ban on travel between Melbourne and regional Victoria will be scrapped, reconnecting the state for the first time since the city's 77-day lockdown lifted.

Regardless of their vaccination status, residents across NSW could be afforded the same freedoms from November 24 (pictured, a retail worker in Melbourne)

Regardless of their vaccination status, residents across NSW could be afforded the same freedoms from November 24 (pictured, a retail worker in Melbourne)

Victoria set to hit its 80 per cent full vaccination target ahead of schedule sometime next weekend (pictured, a nurse administers a Covid vaccine in Sydney)

Victoria set to hit its 80 per cent full vaccination target ahead of schedule sometime next weekend (pictured, a nurse administers a Covid vaccine in Sydney)

Masks will no longer need to be worn outdoors, entertainment venues, gyms and retail stores can reopen indoors for fully vaccinated patrons, and capacity limits will increase for

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