The NSW government has announced the rules around masks and check-ins will change next month, once the state reaches its 95 per cent fully vaccinated target.
The updated roadmap changes were unveiled on Thursday and will come into effect when the state reaches the vaccination milestone, or at December 15, whichever comes first.
From that date, masks will only be required on public transport, planes and airports and for front-of-house hospitality staff who are unvaccinated.
Density limits will also be scrapped, as will QR code check-ins for most retail and hospitality venues.
Check-ins will still be required in high-risk settings including hospitals, aged and disability care facilities, gyms, places of worship, funerals or memorial services, personal services, pubs, small bars, registered clubs and nightclub and at indoor music festivals with more than 1000 people.
Showing your proof of vaccination will also no longer be required for most activities, except at indoor music festivals with more than 1000 people, but businesses can still require proof at their own discretion.
This is a developing story. More to come.