New South Wales COVID Update, 23 June 2021
The rollercoaster of COVID has returned to Sydney. The New South Wales Premier has announced further restrictions for Greater Sydney and surrounds from today so I thought it was worthwhile sending an update.
From 4 pm, 23 June, 2021 the following restrictions are in place for all of Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour.
- Masks are now compulsory in all non residential indoor settings - INCLUDING ALL WORKPLACES.
- Non-essential travel out of Sydney has been banned for some areas of Sydney. However, YOU CAN STILL TRAVEL IF IT IS FOR WORK OR TO VISIT A RELATIVE IN CARE.
- The one person per four square metre rule has been re-instated for all indoor and outdoor settings.
- At this stage construction and manufacturing work can continue as long as masks are worn at all times, the 4 square metre rule is adhered to and other COVID-Safe requirements are also met.
These restrictions will be in place for at least a week.
This situation is changing rapidly so I advise you regularly check updates on the New South Wales Government website:
Latest COVID-19 news and updates | NSW Government
I will be in contact as soon as anything changes.
National Industry Development Manager
Australian Glass and Window Association