NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will today announce a four-week extension of the Greater Sydney lockdown, through to at least 28 August.
Thousands of people have descended on Sydney’s CBD to protest against the ongoing Covid lockdown, as Sydney’s Delta outbreak worsens.
Harsh new lockdown restrictions have been announced for Greater Sydney, after NSW recorded 111 new cases of Covid-19 and another death.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced Greater Sydney’s lockdown has been extended by two weeks, after 97 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in the past 24 hours.
A new wave of restrictions has been brought in for Sydney after 44 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in just 24 hours.
Waverley Council has approved a new round of community support measures to help local businesses cope with the current lockdown.
The Sydney metropolitan area – as well as the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast and Wollongong – has been plunged into a two-week lockdown after a dramatic rise in Covid-19 case numbers and exposure sites.
People who live and work in four inner city and Eastern Suburbs LGAs have been issued with a week-long stay at home order, after a significant spike in Covid-19 cases.
A wave of new Covid-19 restrictions have been introduced across Sydney after 13 new cases were recorded since 8pm last night.
Face masks have been made mandatory across seven Sydney councils after the city recorded two new cases of the super infectious Delta strain of Covid-19.
A new cohort of NSW residents – those aged aged 40 to 49 – are now eligible to register their interest for the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
Covid-19 restrictions imposed on Sydney, after two locally acquired cases were detected on Wednesday, have been extended by a week.