The following is an email from the New South Wales Government telling its citizens what freedoms they will and will not have depending on their Wuhan flu vaccination.
|‘The 3 stages for NSW to move out of stay at home orders have been announced:|
70% full vaccination target reopening starts for fully vaccinated people – expected to be Monday 11 October.
80% full vaccination target further easing of restrictions for fully vaccinated people – expected to be Monday 25 October.
Wednesday 1 December opening up NSW for everyone whether vaccinated or not.
Even though NSW is reopening, you’ll still need to follow some safety precautions, including: COVID-Safe check-ins and proof of vaccination required for staff and customers. Staff in regional local government areas only need to prove one vaccine dose and a booking for a second dose to return to work. Capacity limit of 1 person per 4 square metres for all indoor public areas Masks are required for staff and customers who are 12 years and over, in all indoor public venues, as well as for hospitality staff outdoors. Masks are still mandatory on public transport.
|What if I’m not fully vaccinated at the 70% target?Unvaccinated people, or those who have only received one vaccine dose will not be able to do everything a fully vaccinated person can do, you will not be able to:visit friends or family in their homesaccess non-critical retailattend weddings with more than 5 guestsgo back to some workplacesgo out to pubs, or visit other premises which are open only to vaccinated customers.You can search by location to see the restrictions for where you live.|
Protect yourself and your loved ones by booking your vaccination appointment as soon as possible.
|How to show you’re vaccinatedYou will need to show proof that you’re vaccinated when you check in to businesses.|
You can get your proof of vaccination from:the Express Plus Medicare mobile app your Medicare online account through myGov My Health Record Australian Immunisation Register (printed copy only)the Service NSW app (coming soon)If you are unable to be vaccinated because of a medical contraindication (which means a person should not receive a certain medicine because it may be harmful to them), you will need to get a medical exemption form signed by your doctor and carry it with you.
|Three COVID-19 vaccines available across NSW For everyone in NSW 12 years and older, these vaccines are now available: Moderna (Spikevax) – for 12 years+ from pharmacies Pfizer (Comirnaty) – for 12 years+ from pharmacies, GPs, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and NSW Health vaccination clinics AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) – for 18 years+ from pharmacies, GPs, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and NSW Health vaccination clinics.’|