NEW compliance measures have been introduced to NSW businesses to combat the spread of COVID-19 across the state.
Weddings and corporate events will now be limited to 150 people, subject to the four square metre social distancing guidelines and registration of the venue as a COVID-Safe business.
Funerals and places of worship will be limited to 100 people, and once again are subject to the four square metre rule.
Manager of Griffith Regional Funeral Services, Peter Woodward, says the numerous changes throughout the pandemic have proved difficult to keep up with.
"At the moment we've got new guidelines that we're adhering to, and as they change, we'll be adaptable and change with them," Mr Woodward said.
"COVID restrictions have made things interesting as far as management of families is concerned and how many people can attend.
"We're still trying to interpret the rules as the church is limited by space, and we still have to maintain that social distancing of four square metres."
Inspectors from NSW Government have been making the rounds to local businesses, ensuring they are complying with the most up-to-date restrictions amid the pandemic.
Minister for Customer Service, Victor Dominello, says there will be "no excuses" for any businesses that breach the new guidelines.
"Any business found breaking the rules will have the book thrown at them, we won't be listening to any excuses," Mr Dominello said.
"Those who disregard the restrictions should expect a visit from an inspector.
"We're also encouraging customers to report wrongdoing, we have a shared responsibility to ensure NSW remains safe."
The rules on private gathering will remain the same, 20 guests inside the home and 20 for gatherings in a public place.
As the home is a high-transmission area, the NSW Chief Health Officer has recommended a COVID-Safe precautionary approach of limiting visitors to the home to 10 people as a general principle.