Anyone who has come to NSW from Victoria in the past two weeks must follow the “stay home” rules for five days from midnight tonight

NSW Health Secretary Brad Hazzard will issue the policy later today after the Victorian government announced a five-day lockout on the “breaker”

Government ordinance requires that anyone in NSW who is on or after Friday the 29th Was in Victoria at any time on Jan.23 until Jan.59 o’clock next Wednesday stays in his house or place of residence

People are allowed to go outdoors for the same four reasons Victorian Restrictions allow

These are: shopping for essential items, medical and other nursing and care, exercise and important work

Meanwhile, NSW health officials, around 7, are rushing000 people who may be exposed to a COVID-19 case in Melbourne

Anyone who has visited Melbourne Airport Terminal 4 from 4:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday this week is urged to immediately isolate and perform COVID-19 testing for 14 days

NSW Health urged all household contacts of these individuals to isolate immediately until a negative result is returned

For a full list of affected venues, see the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services website

“NSW Health is currently contacting approximately 7000 people who have moved to NSW from Victoria after visiting these worrying locations to ensure they are aware of the requirements, “a spokesman said in a statement

“If you have been to one of these locations at the times indicated, you are at risk of COVID-19 Therefore, please follow the health recommendations given “

There was a rush at Sydney Airport this afternoon as Victoria’s most recent COVID-19 outbreak hit 13 cases, putting the state in a quick lockdown from midnight tonight through Wednesday

The falls are linked to a Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport that was used as a quarantine hotel for returning travelers

NSW Health said the mandatory passenger declaration of all air and rail travelers since Jan. February helped contact tracers to reach affected travelers

Luke McDonald had flown to Albury earlier today to attend a funeral in northern Victoria when he discovered his plans had to change

“As soon as I got off the plane, I found they were locked I think that’s the end of the funeral, “said McDonald, who now has to find a flight home from Sydney to the Gold Coast

Melbourne woman Roisin Lamprell arrived in Sydney over the weekend and is now worried about how she will get back

“Hopefully it won’t bother because I have no one to look after my dog ​​for the week,” she said

“This virus is terrible, I just lost a cousin in London and by the time we get vaccinated we are so vulnerable”

This morning, NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian described Melbourne’s outbreak as a “worrying, developing situation” but said tightened security measures at Sydney Airport “were appropriate at this point”

“This is what we want to do at this stage, there is no reason for us to close the line,” she said on Nines Today Show

Ms. Berejiklian said there were more than 150 cases daily to close the NSW-Victoria border over the past year, compared to Melbourne Airport’s total of 13 cases

“For NSW, the lockdown or border closure is a final option, not a first option, and we are doing everything we can to keep the virus out of NSW”

Immediately after the early lockdown, however, several states closed their borders with the greater Melbourne area

Queensland has declared Greater Melbourne a COVID hotspot for the next 14 days, which means that people from the 36 local counties in and around Melbourne will no longer be allowed to enter from 1:00 a.m. tomorrow

The Queensland Heath authorities are currently tracking 1500 people who entered the state after driving through Terminal 4 at Melbourne Airport

All travelers from the city who from 10Arriving in the territory at 45 o’clock will be put into a 14-day quarantine obligation

Western Australia has restored a hard border with the Victorians, while the border with South Australia remains closed only to Greater Melburnians

It’s because some COVID-19 restrictions are easing starting today in the greater Sydney area, including the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Central Coast

Face masks are no longer mandatory in hairdressing and beauty salons, places of worship and game rooms

People who work in restaurants such as cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants also no longer have to wear a mask

Today’s relaxation restrictions also include replacing the 4-square-meter rule with the 2-square-meter rule, although gyms are excluded

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