4 local government areas in New South Wales, Australia locked down after COVID-19 case
Wednesday, August 11, 2021
The local government areas of New South Wales, Australia were placed under stay-at-home restrictions effective at 6PM local time on Sunday, with residents only allowed to leave their homes for essential reasons that include grocery and other essential shopping, medical appointments, vaccinations, and caring duties. The order is to remain effective until 12:01AM on August 17th., , the , and in
This follows the announcement of a COVID-19 case in the region - a man who had travelled to the Byron Shire from Sydney, also under such restrictions. New South Wales chief health officer said the man, currently under treatment at , was "infectious in the community for a while", and had "symptoms for several days".
Mayor of Byron Shire Michael Lyon told residents "if anyone is not feeling well please, please go and get tested", stating while information about the COVID-19 case is emerging, "...people should be making sure they are checking in with coronavirus on Monday.
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- Anne Davis. NSW Covid update: Byron Bay and Tamworth in lockdown amid 283 new cases in state <broken link> — , August 9, 2021
- Byron Shire Mayor: get tested <broken link> — , August 9, 2021
- Stay-at-home Order for four NSW North Coast LGAs from 6pm <broken link> — , August 9, 2021