With the arrival of “Freedom Day”, thousands of people are suddenly going to be faced with all sorts of decisions they never previously thought they would have to make.
From whether it will now be possible to order drinks standing at a bar to the question of face masks, we will face a raft of choices on how to conduct ourselves in daily life.
But while some will be a matter of personal conscience, other things will still be firmly prescribed in law, under remaining Covid legislation.
And even if something is legal and can be done freely, does that mean it should be, given that cases of the virus continue to rise and the number of people hospitalised grows each day?
Here we look at what can be done, what should be done and what cannot be done from today, July 19.
What people can do