COVID-19 Update: NSW Lockdown

COVID-19 Update: NSW Lockdown

There have been a large number of new COVID-19 cases in NSW.

To stop the spread of COVID-19, the NSW Government has new rules you must follow.

The NSW Government has issued a lockdown from Saturday 26 June to Friday 9 July.

You must stay at home if you live in:

  • Greater Sydney
  • Blue Mountains
  • Central Coast
  • Wollongong
  • Shellharbour

You can only leave your home when you:

  • Go shopping for food or other essential goods and services
  • Need medical care or caring needs
  • Exercise outdoors in groups of 10 people or less
  • Work or education, if you cannot work or study from home

All Self Advocacy offices will be closed during the lockdown period.

Staff will work from home and talk to clients only through online video conference.

We ask that all staff and clients follow the new COVID-19 rules made by the NSW Government.

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