Remember South Africa’s Apartheid? Well, now in New South Wales, Australia we have the Covid Health Apartheid! Our ‘leaders’ have deemed that only those who submit to the government push for these experimental vaccines may have a ‘LITTLE’ of their freedom back. So, ‘Fully vaccinated NSW residents will be able to take advantage of eased coronavirus rules from September 13.
The new rules will be different for people inside coronavirus hotspots and those outside those areas.
But in all areas, those who take advantage of the eased rules must be fully vaccinated with two doses and be able to prove their vaccination status if asked by an official.
For people outside of local government areas (LGAs) of concern, the rule changes will mean:
- Fully vaccinated people can gather outside in groups of up to five
- All those people must be vaccinated
- The gathering must take place in the people’s LGA or within 5km of home
- The limit is five individuals whether the people are children or adults
For people in LGAs of concern, the rule changes will mean:
- Fully vaccinated adults can gather outside for one hour of recreation per day
- The outdoor activity can be a picnic, not just exercise
- The rest of the restrictions still apply, meaning there’s a limit of two people unless the people gathering are all from the same household
- The one hour of recreation is in addition to the allowed one hour of exercise, meaning each person can be outside for a total of two hours in a day
- The gathering must take place outside curfew hours
The curfew in hotspot area is from 9pm to 5am.
The Sydney hotspot areas are:
- Georges River
- Penrith for the following suburbs: Caddens, Claremont Meadows, Colyton, Erskine Park, Kemps Creek, Kingswood, Mount Vernon, North St Marys, Orchard Hills, Oxley Park, St Clair and St Marys.
Under the current rules, hotspot residents can only go outside for one hour of exercise.
People outside the hotspots are already allowed to go outside for recreation, but with only one other person unless they’re from the same household.
“While there are various options we looked at, that was the option that met the mental health needs and wellbeing of our community,” NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.
She had previously said her government would announce eased rules for vaccinated people once the state had reached more than six million jabs.
That milestone was reached this week.
Ms Berejiklian also said there would be more rules that would ease once the state hits another target of getting 70 per cent of the population vaccinated against the coronavirus.
There would also be another set of rules that would change once an 80 per cent vaccination level was reached.
However, it wasn’t immediately clear what those rule changes would be.
“I want to strongly message today that NSW is calling on industry and citizens to get ready for when we are 70 per cent double vaccinated, that’s when things will start to open,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“The NSW government will start conversations with industry, but we do say that the condition of you participating and what will be reopening is on you being vaccinated.
“Because when you start opening at 70 per cent, there are certain activities only vaccinated people can do.”
The announcement came on another record day of coronavirus infections, with 1029 local cases.’https://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/news/nsw-restrictions-for-fully-vaccinated-people-all-the-changes-to-start-from-midseptember/news-story/04d878cb8e0049b4e5493869a1a4f166