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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced that businesses in four NSW local government areas have been ordered into lockdown for the next week.

The four local government areas include:

  • Sydney
  • Randwick
  • Waverley
  • Woollahra

Stay-At-Home Order for Residents and Workers

Residents and anyone who has been working in the four locked-down local government areas for the past two weeks is now subject to a stay-at-home order.

Consequently workers in the CBD are, as of now, unable to leave the home without good reason.

“If you’ve been working in the four Local Government Areas, either part time or permanently in the past two weeks, you are subject to the stay-at-home order,” Ms Gladys Berejiklian said.

“So it doesn’t matter where you live.”

Exemption for Essential Foods and Services

“Unless you’re providing essential food and services – that is take away food and services or grocery services of that nature, we don’t expect those businesses to remain open in the next week,” she said.

“I appreciate this is a blow for businesses in those communities.”

Why western suburb is not in lockdown

Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant has explained why West Hoxton, which is nowhere near any of the four locked down areas, has not been placed into lockdown.

So far 17 people at the West Hoxton birthday party have tested positive to coronavirus. Dr Chant said the cases were “promptly identified”.

“Some people were infectious in the community for a period of time,” Dr Chant said.

“But we are closely monitoring that situation.

“We want to make sure that we prevent any other seeding events in Southwestern Sydney and Western Sydney in particular.”

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