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Live Now?Spring- Sydney CBD Lockdown-Day 74 – George St. 07.09.21 #sydneylockdown ? from 9am


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After the Greater Sydney Lockdown on June 26, 2021, it has been for a while.
In response to the Delta outbreak’s shifting nature, NSW will prolong the existing lockdown in Greater Sydney until the end of September and implement new measures aimed at the local government areas of concern, where the great majority of new cases are surfacing.

NSW Health and Police have worked together to develop a set of additional COVID controls for the state to reduce transmission and ensure compliance.

Additional rules for the LGAs of concern:

From 12.01am Monday, 23 August the following additional rules will apply for residents and businesses in the LGAs of concern:

Curfews will be introduced from 9pm to 5am (except for work, emergencies or medical care) to help reduce the movement of young people;
Outdoor exercise is limited to one hour per day;
The following retail premises must close except for click and collect: garden centres and plant nurseries, office supplies, hardware and building supplies, landscaping material supplies, rural supplies, and pet supplies (tradespeople are allowed to shop in-store where relevant); and
All exams and other education or professional development related activities will move online, not including the HSC. The government will provide further information on its education plan in due course.
The following new restrictions around workplaces and authorised workers from the LGAs of concern will be introduced:

Childcare workers and disability support workers who live or work in the LGAs of concern must have their first vaccination dose by 30 August;
Authorised workers who work outside their LGA of concern are only permitted to work if rapid antigen testing is implemented at their work-site or they have had their first vaccination dose by 30 August.
From Saturday, 28 August, authorised workers from the LGAs of concern are required to carry a permit from Service NSW declaring that they are an authorised worker and cannot work from home; and
From Saturday, 28 August, anyone entering an LGA of concern for the purposes of work must carry a worker permit issued by Service NSW.
From 12.01am Monday, 23 August, workers from the Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland and Fairfield LGAs will no longer have to have been tested for COVID-19 in the previous 72 hours to work outside their LGA.

Curfew introduced in parts of Sydney
Over the course of this Delta outbreak, authorities have identified 12 Sydney local government areas (LGAs) “of concern”.

They’re of concern because of elevated levels of COVID-19 transmission, and have been subjected to stricter rules than other parts of the city.

From 12:01am on Monday, August 23, residents in the 12 LGAs will not be able to leave their homes between 9:00pm and 5:00am.

A refresher: the 12 LGAs are Bayside, Blacktown, Burwood, Campbelltown, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, Georges River, Liverpool, Parramatta, Strathfield and some suburbs in Penrith.

The only reasons people will be allowed outside their homes after 9:00pm will be if they’re an authorised worker, if there’s an emergency or to seek medical treatment.

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What are the new restrictions in NSW?
Gatherings limited to 2 people. If you are in Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour, you must not participate in an outdoor public gathering of more than 2 people, unless you are: working at a premises that is permitted to be open if you cannot work from home.

You must stay home. Only leave your home if you have a reasonable excuse.
If you must leave home, stay within your local area. Do not travel outside your local area if you can avoid it.

Limit your physical contact with people you do not live with. See the restrictions for visitors to a residence.

You must carry a face mask with you at all times and wear a face mask when required when you leave your home in Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour.



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