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New state today promulgated the 'unseal' new deal, community communication worries

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     13 Oct 2020
Despite seven more cases of local transmission in the new state today, Governor Berry Giklian (Gladys Berejiklian) announced that he would relax social distance restrictions on outdoor dining and other outdoor activities.
New state today promulgated the 'unseal' new deal, community communication worries

New states began relaxing social distance restrictions on outdoor dining on Friday. (ABC Photo)

Despite seven more cases of local transmission in the new state today, Governor Berry Giklian (Gladys Berejiklian) announced that he would relax social distance restrictions on outdoor dining and other outdoor activities.

Starting Friday, businesses using electronic QR codes to keep customer records will be allowed to receive up to one customer in every two square meters of outdoor space, Berry Giklian said.

"While we are concerned about the emerging cluster of infections, we do have enough confidence that outdoor places will be able to implement two square meters (one person limit) from Friday to prepare for the summer. "

Indoor social distance restrictions remain unchanged, still for only one person per 4 square meters.

Furthermore, the state government will allow up to 500 people to sit and watch outdoor music shows, but only one person per 4 square meters.

authorities state stressed that the release of these restrictions would "make the atmosphere in Sydney very different ". According to Finance Director Perot (Dominic Perrottet), the arts, entertainment and catering services were "some of the most severely damaged industries" during the epidemic, fell by as much as 14 per cent between March and September.

On the same day as the New State's New Deal for Unsealment, the health sector reported seven cases of local transmission, including two general practitioners (GP) from the A2Z Medical Centre in Lakamba (Lakemba), western Sydney). they are not yet associated with known infection clusters.

The other five local infections were from the same family in southwest Sydney. As part of authorities survey of four previously reported unrelated cases. The four cases included a nurse. from St Vincent's Hospital Hospital

According to the Health Department, one of the five families in Sydney's southwest circulate a notice diagnosed today is a disability aid worker. He shifts between three small "group homes (group home)" in the area. The Department of Health is tracking seven clients and related staff.

One of the new cases was reported to have been to the Great Beginnings nursery centre in Oran Park (Oran Park) on 1,2,8 and 9 October, during periods of infectious disease. The centre was closed today for cleaning and tracing contacts.

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