Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

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BORDER CLOSURE TO PROTECT NSW

The NSW Government is closing the border with Victoria ‪from 12:01 am Wednesday 8 July 2020‬. Further, ‪from 12:01 am Tuesday 7 July‬, residents from Greater Melbourne will not be allowed to enter NSW.

Returning NSW residents will be required to go into 14 days of self-isolation. There will be provisions in place for residents of border regions, such as Albury-Wodonga.

Click here for details on permits, special conditions for freight operations and other critical services, and provisions for residents of border regions.



COVID-19 RESTRICTION CHECKER

If you can’t keep up with the ever-changing restrictions for your business, or travel restrictions in each state or territory? Check out COVID-19 Restriction Checker website!
This is up to date information on COVID-19 restrictions filtered by activity as well as State or Territory. Click here to check it out!


 

EASING OF RESTRICTIONS FROM 1 JULY 2020

With the new public health order starting on 1 July, the NSW Government has further eased restrictions to allow the community to be more active and get businesses back to work.

Find out how many people can visit your home, attend a wedding or funeral, church service or public gathering.

It's important that we
    •follow the rules about visiting other households, self-isolation and quarantine
    •practise good hand hygiene and physical distancing
    •take extra care if you're around vulnerable people
    •get tested if you have any symptoms and stay home while you are waiting for test results.

For more information about these changes visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules

As our community becomes more active and gets back to business, it's important that we

• follow the rules about gatherings, self-isolation and quarantine
• maintain a physical distance of at least 1.5 metres from others
• practise good hand hygiene
• stay active and healthy
• take extra care if you're around vulnerable people
• get tested if you have any symptoms, even if they are only mild
• follow NSW Health advice about staying home while you are waiting for test results.

Click here to view updated information on the NSW Government Website

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