How did China take over the world? All one has to do is look at most products sold and it is easy to see that China manufactures almost everything we purchase but that’s not enough! Now, with the China virus being expanded into its third year our Western so-called democracies are continuing their ripping away our freedoms at a more aggressive pace. Here in New South Wales Australia the Covid lunacy continues!
All people over the age of 12 must wear a face mask:
- in indoor areas (e.g. while shopping, when at a library)
- in indoor areas of common property of apartment buildings
- at a public transport waiting area
- while on public transport (including in taxis and rideshare services)
- if you are working at a hospitality venue and dealing directly with members of the public
- on an aircraft when the aircraft is flying above NSW and in the airport.
- all staff and students in Year 7 and above, and all staff in K to 6, must wear medical grade masks. Medical grade masks will be supplied to all schools. All students in K to 6 are also strongly encouraged to wear medical grade masks.
Masks are strongly encouraged in settings where you cannot physically distance.
COVID-19 Safe QR check-ins are required at:
- retail premises
- food and drink premises
- pubs, small bars and registered clubs
- hairdressers, spas, nail, beauty, waxing, and tanning salons, tattoo parlours and massage parlours
- gyms (except dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics, and martial arts studios)
- hospitals (except patients of hospitals or hospitals with an electronic entry recording system that records sufficient information that can be used for contact tracing)
- residential care facilities or hostels (except in relation to the residents)
- places of public worship, like churches, mosques, temples, meeting houses and synagogues
- funeral, memorials and gatherings afterwards
- strip clubs, sex on premises venues, sex services premises
- indoor music festivals with more than 1000 people.
Occupiers of premises are required to continue to take reasonable steps to ensure people can check-in or provide their contact details when they enter these premises.
If you are entering a premises where check-in is required, you must:
- check in with the Service NSW app
- provide your details to the occupier of the premises.
Learn more about mandatory electronic check-in.
Most premises in NSW are now open to everyone, regardless of whether you are fully vaccinated or not.
You no longer need to show evidence that you are fully vaccinated at most premises.
However, you still need to show evidence that you are fully vaccinated if you:
- attend an indoor music festival with more than 1000 people
- if you work in certain industries.
Follow the vaccination requirements for workers.
Check what you need as vaccination evidence.
Venues may set their own COVID Safe conditions of entry
In addition to PHO requirements, some premises may choose to require people to be fully vaccinated or to wear a mask as a condition of entry.
It is a matter for the occupier of each premises to exercise judgement on what is appropriate for their premises and the well-being of their staff and customers.
If you want to enter premises where an occupier has chosen to require you to be fully vaccinated, the occupier may ask to see your vaccination evidence. You do not have to show the occupier your vaccination evidence, but if you do not, the occupier may not let you in.’https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/stay-safe/rules/people-in-nsw?utm_source=servicensw_consumer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2022-01-27_sfmc_694_con_covid_newsletter&utm_content=02_current_restrictions&utm_term=see_current_restrictions_button#toc-masks-covid-19-safe-check-in-vaccination-evidence-and-registering-a-positive-rapid-antigen-rat-result
WHEN WILL THIS ALL END?