In a bipartisan letter to Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Mr Barilaro last week, Nationals, Labor and Greens MPs said all regional travel was ‘not good health policy’, while jabs were lagging in some areas. On Monday morning, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian bombarded the citizens of her state with an avalanche of reopening info. NSW Health’s ongoing sewage surveillance program has recently detected fragments of the virus that causes Covid-19 in sewage samples from Grafton north and south, and Wardell on the north coast, and Dareton in the far west.
Mr Barilaro was speaking after the Premier outlined the three-stage road map for NSW staggered from October 11 until December 1, when more freedoms will come – even for the unvaccinated. Then, in Stage 3 of the State Government’s Blueprint for Freedom on December 1, further freedom is expected if 92% of the adult population is expected to be given twice. Once the state has reached a double infection point of 70%, other “freedom” from the COVID-19 restriction includes: The state is expected to reach a double infection rate of 80% in two weeks, at which point travel restrictions will be enforced.
The state is expected to reach a double-back rate of 80% in two weeks, at which point travel restrictions from Sydney’s Cider and Greater Sydney areas will be lifted. Prime Minister Gladys Berejikrian has previously stated that travel restrictions will be lifted when the state exceeds 70%. Rural and rural people in New South Wales are allowed to travel on Mondays after the state reaches 70%, but this still seems to be October 11. Blue Mountains. Deputy Prime Minister John Barillaro announced the change on Monday, stating that some areas need more time to increase vaccination coverage.
Shellharbour-not travelable. Deputy Prime Minister John Barillaro announced the change on Monday, stating that more time needs to be given to the region to increase vaccination coverage. Mr Barilaro said the change in approach was necessary to give some regional areas the time they need to increase local vaccination rates. Greater Sydney’s travel ban remains in force until New South Wales reaches the expected 80% double vaccination mark in late October, weeks after it was first thought to be lifted.