They include the closure of nightclubs, density changes for venues, no more dance floors. Standing drinking may be discouraged and some major events could be paused.
NSW yesterday recorded 34,994 new infections and six coronavirus-related deaths.
One of the deaths included a double vaccinated man in his 20s who had no underlying health conditions.
The five other people who died were in their 60s, 80s and 90s.
While cases dropped slightly from the record 35,054 infections seen on Wednesday hospitalisations have increased again with 1609 patients seeking treatment.
Of those, 131 are in ICU.
That’s 118 more people in hospital, and 12 more in the ICU than Wednesday.
It’s emerged paramedics warned the government “for months” hospitals would face a crisis as COVID-19 cases grow.
“Some of the worst cases we’ve seen for priority one cases are upwards of four, five and six hours for ambulances to arrive,” Australian Paramedics Association Brett Simpson said.
“These cases could be people having heart attacks, strokes and difficulties breathing.”
NSW Health has also urged residents to not place “any unnecessary burden on the health system.”
Edmonson Park in Sydney’s south-west has the highest active case rate in the state with 77 cases per 1000 residents, with a number of beach suburbs clocking in second.
“Yes it may happen,” Mr Perrottet told 2GB.
“Just like it happened earlier this year and last year
“There’s obviously significant pressure on the system.”