It Is Still Legal To Go Root Your Partner At Their House As Long As You Consider Them “Family”

The government’s new cap on gatherings at two people even applies to private homes, but you can still see your boyfriend or girlfriend, it turns out.

Although it was unclear in the initial announcement, the government has since confirmed that exceptions will be made for “families split across two houses.”

This means that you’re still free to visit your parents, siblings and, luckily, your partner.

The rules also state that if you live alone, you can have one non-family guest, but if your household is larger than two people, you cannot have any non-family visitors.

It seems the government is trusting people to judge how serious their relationships are. If you’re unsure whether you meet the criteria for a partner, maybe it’s time to have a chat. Friends-with-benefits doesn’t count as family in a pandemic situation.

As long as neither of you are at risk and are practicing good hygiene and social distancing, it may be safe to bang. Definitely hold off on casual hookups for the time being, although phone sex probably has the PM’s blessing.

Of course, it’s still important to stay at home as much as possible. Besides family members, gatherings of more than two are still banned so you shouldn’t be mingling with strangers in public.

So there’s good news for couples, for the time being. But it would be nice if Scott Morrison could, for once, make himself clear in his announcements so the rest of the country doesn’t have to scramble to figure out what is and isn’t allowed.

Wash your hands!

If you think you may have coronavirus, either call your doctor (DON’T visit) or contact the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080. If you’re struggling to breathe or experiencing a medical emergency, call 000.

And please remember to wash your hands frequently (for at least 20 seconds) and keep at least 1.5 metres between you and those around you.