Covid update

For eligible families: $250 parents NSW vouchers go live today

ABOUT one million families can now enjoy $250 worth of vouchers, thanks to the NSW Government’s Parents NSW program going live today, February 7. Eligible families will receive five $50 vouchers which can be redeemed at Discover NSW and Stay NSW registered businesses. Premier Dominic Perrottet said this program was a big win for households …

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COVID settings remain: Govt extends restrictions for a month

THE NSW Government will extend current restrictions for another month as the State continues to take a measured response to managing COVID-19 with a focus on a safe return to school and restarting non-urgent elective surgery as soon as possible. Current settings will continue from Thursday, 27 January 2022 until Sunday, 28 February 2022, including: …

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COVID vaccinations for children aged 5-11 commence in Western Sydney

SIX-year-old Beatrix was one of the first children to be vaccinated at The Granville Centre Vaccination Clinic today with COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 5 to 11 years old commencing across NSW. “My vaccine didn’t hurt! It was quick and easy. To everyone out there, get vaccinated,” the six-year-old said. Beatrix’s mum Carly accompanied her …

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100 million Rapid Anitgen Tests for essential workers, vulnerable

THE first batch of 100 million Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) will be distributed to NSW essential public workers and vulnerable communities from this week to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the NSW Government will receive 50 million tests from mid-January to February, with a further 50 million tests being sourced …

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NSW Govt extends JobSaver payments in line with vaccination rates

The NSW Government will go it alone to fund an extension of the JobSaver program to help NSW businesses re-open their doors and get people back into jobs as the State starts to ease restrictions and enjoy greater freedoms. When NSW reaches the 70 per cent double vaccination rate JobSaver payments will be tapered from …

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