The New South Wales government must not know that before 2020 we had the freedom of movement. That means one could travel anywhere in New South Wales. That also meant they could go to work without being asked anything concerning their medical history. Well, since the China virus that FREEDOM is gone. Now we have this.
Greater freedoms for fully vaccinated people
From the Monday 11 October 2021, eased restrictions will allow those who are fully vaccinated to have:
10-visitor limit in your home
access Gyms, indoor recreation and sporting facilities
group bookings of up to 20 people in hospitality settings.
All premises will operate at 1 person per 4sqm indoors and 1 person per 2sqm outdoors.
People under the age of 16 who are not fully vaccinated are allowed unaccompanied in their workplaces and all outdoor settings, but must be with a fully vaccinated member of their household in hospitality venues (unless collecting takeaways), entertainment facilities, major recreation facilities and places of worship, unless they work at the venue.
For settings in regional NSW with vaccination requirements for staff and customers, staff can return to work on 11 October if they have had at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, but must be fully vaccinated by 1 November 2021.
Masks and QR codes
Masks required for all staff and customers in all indoor settings including on public transport, planes and in airports (except children under the age of 12).
Masks no longer required in outdoor settings (except for front-of-house hospitality staff).
COVID Safe check-ins and proof of vaccination required for staff and customers.
Visiting family and friends
Up to 10 visitors allowed in your home at any one time (visitor limits don’t apply for children under the age of 12).
Small outdoor gatherings and recreation permitted with up to 30 people (2-person limit for people who are not fully vaccinated).
Australia has gone CCP Police mad! The following video is of a man who calls himself the ‘Aussie Cossack’. He is an irritation to the gestapo police in Sydney as he has over 98 thousand subscribers from around the world. This Wuhan Flu health crisis has taken the place of real crime for the Police, or so it seems. Unbelievable!
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.
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.’
Freedom in Australia is dead and buried all over the Wuhan virus.
‘Sydney is divided with “one rule for me; and one for thee.”
The residents of 12 local government areas (LGA) feel unheard by the New South Wales government. Astonishingly, when the mayors of these 12 LGA’s first requested a hearing with Premier Gladys Berejiklian, she declined.
Even though the state of NSW is under strict stay-at-home orders, every weekend thousands of people flock to the eastern coastline to enjoy world-famous beaches.
While only 30-minutes inland, residents are subjected to constant police helicopter surveillance, patrols, questioning, and heavy-handedness that seems to go unchecked.
The following is an email I received from Service NSW. This is the freedom or lack thereof allowed here in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Greater Sydney’s lockdown has been extended until 12:01am Saturday 28 August.
Invite a friend or family member into your singles bubbleA singles bubble will be introduced from Saturday 31 July for people who live alone, or with no other adults, in Greater Sydney.
You will be able to choose a family member or friend, colleague, or partner to visit you at home. The person you choose needs to be the same person till lockdown ends.
If you live in one of the 8 areas of concern your chosen friend or family member must also live within 5kms of your home.
If you live anywhere else in the Greater Sydney area, your chosen visitor cannot be from one of the 8 areas of concern.
Authorised workers and latest update for Western SydneyPeople who live in one of the 8 areas of concern must:Travel no further than 5kms from home for exercise and outdoor recreationWear a mask at all times when outside of home, regardless of how far they are physical distancing from others.People living in one of the 8 areas of concern cannot leave their local area for work unless they are an authorised worker.
Changes to mandatory surveillance testing requirements from Saturday 31 July:Fairfield and Cumberland health or aged care workers (including support workers for health or aged care – such as cleaners, cooks and security) must get tested every 3 days to be allowed to leave their local government area for workCanterbury-Bankstown authorised workers must get tested every 3 days, to be allowed to leave their local government area for work.
Construction and trade work to resume Saturday 31 JulyConstruction sites in Greater Sydney can resume work on Saturday 31 July. Construction work cannot resume in the 8 areas of concern except in certain necessary circumstances.
All construction workers must keep a physical distance from other workers on site and follow the 4 square metre rule. There must be no contact between construction workers and residents. Up to 2 workers allowed to work indoors, up to 5 workers outside.
Trades people (including cleaners) will be allowed to restart work in residential homes as long as there is no contact with residents. Up to 2 workers allowed to work indoors, up to 5 workers outside.
Shopping rules update You can only go shopping within your local government area or within 10km of your home (unless the goods or services are not available in your local area or within 10kms).
If you live in one of the 8 areas of concern, you can only go shopping within 5km of your home (unless the goods or services are not available in your local area).
Only one member of the household should leave home to shop for essentials such as food, personal needs for your household (including pets) or if you’re shopping for vulnerable people.
COVID-19 Disaster Payment now up to $750Due to the significant impact of NSW lockdown on workers, financial support has increased to support you if you’ve lost your job or had your hours reduced.
Eligibility depends on where you live and work. Payments of $325–$450 if you lost 8 to 20 hours of work per week, and $500–$750 if you lost more than 20 hours per week.
New policing operation to tackle the spread of COVID-19A new high-visibility policing operation has launched across Greater Sydney to enforce the new rules.Police have the power to: Shut down businesses, construction sites and public premises where there is a risk to public healthFine people for not wearing a mask when required. Fine has increased from $200 to $500.
Restrictions for regional and rural NSW remain in placeIf you usually travel to Greater Sydney for work or to study at university/TAFE, the stay at home rules apply.
You should not enter Greater Sydney unless you have a reasonable excuse. Coming to Greater Sydney to be vaccinated is considered a reasonable excuse.
The stay at home rules also apply to anyone who visited Greater Sydney on or after Monday 21 June 2021.
Home schooling continues except for year 12 studentsStudents from kindy to year 11 need to keep home schooling. Schools will remain open for any child that needs it.
Students who live in one of the 8 areas of concern are strongly encouraged to stay at home.
Year 12 students returning to school
From Monday 16 August, face to face learning will restart for Year 12 students under strict COVID-19 protocols.
If you have visited any of the case locations you must follow NSW Health advice for that area about whether you need to get tested and self-isolate.
Getting yourself vaccinated will help end COVID-19 restrictionsTwo doses of either vaccine will provide around 90% protection from hospitalisation and death from COVID-19.
Latest health advice recommends everyone 18+ in Greater Sydney should book a vaccination – especially if you live in one of the 8 areas of concern. NSW Health clinics in Greater Sydney now offer AstraZeneca to people aged 18+.
With newly opened mass vaccination centres in Lake Macquarie, Sydney CBD, Macquarie Fields and Wollongong to open mid-August, plus vaccinations available across the GP network, it’s easier than ever to get vaccinated.
It is the Lord’s Day here in Oz Land and the people in Melbourne and Sydney are getting angry about being locked away from their freedoms of movement for work and liesure. So, yesterday thousands protested in these two largest captial Australian cities. I agree with the protests but I know that in the end it is not these politicans that will win but it is He that will sit upon His throne and say ‘…Behold, I make all things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful‘ Revelation 21:5
This Western CCP has gone crazy and in the following video it is in Sydney, Australia. The supposed apology by this policeman is not accepted or at least not by me. Oh, note how he tells the lady at 1:39 or thereabouts that his sergeant is a woman and NOT a man! This guy is truly politically correct!
We lived in Sydney for twenty five years but now live in regional New South Wales. The following video is unbelievable. The China virus is an excuse for the Police State in which we now live. In fact, every Australian state is a Police State. The freedom and liberty once known is now GONE due to the China virus and the government pushing the notion it is all for public safety. What other freedoms are going to be taken to keep us safe?