Tighter blockade measures in NSW blockade after one death, 111 cases


Constructed in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, as state records that a man in his 80s died after signing a COVID, with stricter stay-at-home orders in three major suburbs of Sydney, retail restrictions, and Has been paused. -19, in 111 new locally acquired cases.

From midnight Saturday, residents of Fairfield, Canterbury Bankstown and Liverpool will not be able to leave the Council Area until July 30th.

The only exceptions to residents in these areas are those who work in health and emergency services.

From Sunday, only important retailers such as supermarkets and pharmacies will be open. Other retailers will have to click and collect or take out, said NSW Premier Gladys Beregicrian.

Another rule from Sunday to July 30th is that construction, large or small, will be closed.

All office workers and others working from home should not be pressured to get a job.

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NSW Prime Minister Gladys Beregicrian will speak at a press conference in Sydney, Australia, on July 16, 2021. (Lisa Marie Williams / Getty Images)

“I can’t remember when our state was so challenged,” said Beregikrian. “None of these decisions were neglected.”

She said at least 29 of the fresh cases were infectious in the community and this number was “stubborn.”

“We haven’t been able to lower that curve,” she said.

NSW recorded 97 new local virus cases from 24 hours to 8 pm Thursday, with at least 46 cases in the community during part or all of the infection period.

Dr. Kelly Chant, Chief Health Officer of New South Wales, also confirmed that a Sydney man in his 80s was the latest victim of the virus-surrendered state.

The outbreak has exceeded 1,000 since it began on June 16.

By Andi Yu. The Epoch Times reporter, Caden Pearson, contributed to this report.

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