WA’s four-day lockdown for people in Perth and the Peel region ends, while the Northern Territory announces some restrictions for Darwin and Alice Springs post-lockdown, and South Australia announces immediate end to restrictions. What are the reasons you can leave home? Is mask-wearing compulsory? Is travelling permitted? Here’s what you can and can’t do
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The four-day lockdown of Perth and the Peel region in Western Australia lifted on Saturday, 3 July, with additional restrictions lifed on Monday 5 July.
The Northern Territory lifted its snap lockdowns of Darwin and Alice Springs at 1pm on Friday, 2 July, although restrictions including wearing masks in public will remain in place for another week.
Read the original article at The Guardian