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This is a message from the NSW Government.​

NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian Source: SBS

This is a message from the NSW Government.​NSW is on high alert for COVID-19.​Stay up to date with the latest case locations and rules, and follow NSW Health advice.If you live in Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong or Shellharbour and have visited on or after 21 June, you must only leave home for essential reasons. For example, food shopping, exercise, medical care or essential work or study.​If you feel unwell or have even mild symptoms, get tested immediately and self-isolate.​For the latest information and testing clinics, visit the NSW Government website, nsw.gov.au

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