COVID-19 Restrictions for painters in Bidencopes Lane.
With some social restrictions easing on this date statewide, Bidencopes Lane has reopened - but social distancing restrictions remain in place.
Until all restrictions are lifted in Tasmania, Bidencopes Lane will operate with the following restrictions:
- Painters are asked to try and paint at separate times or paint at opposite ends of the wall if separate painting times are not possible
- Painters need to observe the 1.5m rule with spectators and the public and are asked to paint solo without assistance from friends or congregations of friends around the painter while working
- Painters are advised to wear PPE while painting
- If you feel like you may have cold or flu-like symptoms and have been issued a permit you must forfeit the permit and stay home
Please read the State Government guidelines on social distancing for additional general advice on measures you can take.
All social restrictions set by the State Government are to be observed and painters are reminded that breaking these restrictions can carry penalties which can be enforced by law. We hope to reopen the permission wall further as restrictions ease in the coming months.
We are very happy that we are allowed to get back to the laneway and get painting again. We hope that you understand the restrictions that are in place and please respect them. This way we can keep the permission wall going well into the future with your cooperation.