Public Health Order
Report a breach of the Public Health Order
There have been a number of calls from members of the public for Council Officers to enforce the provisions of the Public Health Order. The NSW Police are however the appropriate Regulatory Authority to enforce the current Public Health Order.
Any member of the public (including Council Officers) can report breaches of the Public Health Order to Crime Stoppers
What you must do as an individual
- Please stay at home unless you absolutely need to go out for medical reasons, to do grocery shopping, go to the chemist, help a family member, go to work or exercise
- Practice good hygiene: Wash your hands, cover your coughs and sneezes and stay home if you are sick
- Practice social distancing: Only spend time with one other person and keep a distance of 1.5 metres or more from people where possible. (Members of the same house hold are an exception.)
- Avoid visiting vulnerable people, such as the elderly, infants, or people with compromised immune systems due to illness or medical treatment.
- If you have travelled overseas in the last 14 days you must self-isolate. For more information on self-isolating visit NSW Health.
- If you are experiencing any symptoms or fever you can do a test at one of the clinics listed on NSW Health. NSW Health stresses that clinics are for those most at risk with:
- Respiratory symptoms
- Those returning from overseas
- Anyone in contact with a COVID-19 case
Coronavirus testing in Western Sydney
If you have a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath and live, work or have been active in any of the areas listed below, call your GP or HEALTHDIRECT on 1800 020 080 to find out if you should get tested for coronavirus.
|Western Sydney Areas||Areas close to Western Sydney||Other Areas|
|Blacktown local government area||Liverpool||Inner West local government area|
|Cumberland local government area||Ryde||Randwick|
|Postcode 2145 Westmead and surrounding suburbs||Penrith||Waverly|
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