“People who...New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian has hinted at easing the restrictions that came into effect last week to deal with the state’s first locally acquired COVID-19 case in more than a month. It prompted the state government to reintroduce restrictions including mandatory mask wearing in indoor places such as public transport and a limit of 20 visitors to households. However, with NSW recording five consecutive days of no local cases since the two cases were revealed, Ms Berejiklian suggested the restrictions would not be extended. “I look forward to getting the (health) advice over the weekend as to what will happen on Monday morning. “People arriving in NSW from the greater Melbourne area from 6am on Wednesday must complete a declaration which confirms they have not attended a venue of concern,” NSW Health officials said in a statement.