Covid restrictions extended for greater Sydney, with 11 LGAs now in hard lockdown, including stricter mask rules and a 5km radius travel limit. Large parts of regional NSW are also subject to stay-at-home orders. The ACT will go into a seven-day lockdown from 5pm Thursday. Here’s the full list of what you can and can’t do in NSW and the ACT
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Sydney’s lockdown has been extended to at least 28 August with a raft of changes to restrictions announced and the ACT plunged into a seven-day lockdown from 12 August.
Three more local government areas in NSW have been added to a hard lockdown, which now includes an outdoor mask mandate and a 5km radius travel limit, as cases continue to increase in Sydney’s west and south-west. The stricter rules now cover 11 LGAs: Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool, Cumberland, Blacktown, Parramatta, Georges River and Campbelltown, Bayside, Strathfield and Burwood.
Read the original article at The Guardian