Key points from NSW health on COVID-19 for 23 July 2021

Sydney (Tribune International, NSW Govt Release); Following are the NSW Health key points for 23 July:

  • NSW recorded 136 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night. At least 53 cases were infectious in the community.
  • From midnight tonight (23 July), only health, aged care and authorised works
  • Due to the emergence of further cases of community transmission in Sydney’s west and south-west, people living the Cumberland and Blacktown Local Government Areas (LGAs) will only be allowed to leave their LGA if they are an authorised worker.
  • Surveillance testing every 72 hours applies to all authorised workers who live in the Fairfield LGA and those who work in health and aged care workplaces in the Canterbury Bankstown LGA.
  • AstraZeneca is readily available and everyone over 40 should be having it, and those under 40 should be considering have it and discussing with their doctor.
  • You can find health resources in your language here –

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