'Reckless and stupid': NSW Police issue first infringements related to COVID-19  Sydney Morning HeraldView Full coverage on Google News
A Lake Macquarie woman and a massage parlour in Sydney have been the first victims of new on-the-spot fines for breaching COVID-19 lockdown instructions.A Lake Macquarie woman and a massage parlour in Sydney have been the first victims of new on-the-spot fines for breaching COVID-19 lockdown instructions.

Health authorities in NSW confirm 190 new coronavirus infections — a 10 per cent drop on the record set yesterday. The state's total number of cases is 1,219.Health authorities in NSW confirm 190 new coronavirus infections — a 10 per cent drop on the record set yesterday. The state's total number of cases is 1,219.

Number of new coronavirus cases in NSW drops, overall infections now at 1,219 - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

advertisement The owner of a Sydney massage parlor imposed a $ 5,000 fine after being caught in a NSW police patrol. Three staff members of the massage parlor, along with a returning traveler from the Lake Macquarie area, form the first individuals and businesses in NSW to receive violations for failing to comply with the […]

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“We are here to support you 24/7. If you need any information or assistance, go to: https://t.co/XUmcVvAfP2 or call 13 77 88. https://t.co/0xbngSezX5”

Gladys Berejiklian on Twitter: "We are here to support you 24/7. If you need any information or assistance, go to: https://t.co/XUmcVvAfP2 or call 13 77 88.… https://t.co/afzg2Qsx0K"

“No one will be allowed to leave a cruise ship in Sydney until tough new guidelines are signed off by our Federal and State authorities. https://t.co/3egYT3vlW0”

Gladys Berejiklian on Twitter: "No one will be allowed to leave a cruise ship in Sydney until tough new guidelines are signed off by our Federal and State authorities.… https://t.co/5OSIAOc2yk"

“At least the #NRL is beginning to take the right approach. Cancel the Olympic Stadium refurb, and let us have some of that. But why would @GLadysB reject it? NRL's request for stadium funds to fall on deaf ears https://t.co/GjIBdpwkGU via @smh”

Peter FitzSimons on Twitter: "At least the #NRL is beginning to take the right approach. Cancel the Olympic Stadium refurb, and let us have some of that. But why would @GLadysB reject it? NRL's request for stadium funds to fall on deaf ears https://t.co/GjIBdpwkGU via @smh"

“BREAKING: NSW Premier @GladysB says passengers now won't be let off cruise ships in Sydney. #COVID19Aus”

Michael Rowland on Twitter: "BREAKING: NSW Premier @GladysB says passengers now won't be let off cruise ships in Sydney. #COVID19Aus"

Confirmation came today from NSW Health.Confirmation came today from NSW Health.

Confirmation of COVID-19 in Nambucca Valley | Guardian News | Nambucca Heads, NSW

NSW Health has released the latest COVID-19 figures.NSW Health has released the latest COVID-19 figures.

21 cases in Northern NSW, 'cluster' LGAs revealed | Northern Star

A team of world-class researchers and project staff from UNSW Sydney has been seconded to NSW Health to join the fight against COVID-19. 

UNSW researchers to boost the public health response to COVID-19 in NSW | UNSW Newsroom

The New South Wales government is hiring 1000 workers to help operate a 24/7 hotline offering advice on non-health related enquiries about the coronavirus.

Service NSW to hire 1000 workers | The Mandarin

Police have begun issuing fines for failure to comply with new rules on self-isolation and closure of businesses.Police have begun issuing fines for failure to comply with new rules on self-isolation and closure of businesses.

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Telstra and the NSW government has created 2000 new jobs in the last week but it's unclear if any of them will be in the Illawarra.Telstra and the NSW government has created 2000 new jobs in the last week but it's unclear if any of them will be in the Illawarra.

Thousands of jobs on offer ... but how many will be in the Illawarra? | Illawarra Mercury | Wollongong, NSW

NSW COVID-19 cases have risen to 1219, with 190 new positive tests overnight, and the state appeared headin...

Coronavirus: NSW COVID-19 cases hit 1219 as heavier lockdown and police presence looms

Gladys Berejiklian has ruled out stopping people travelling from Sydney into regional areasGladys Berejiklian has ruled out stopping people travelling from Sydney into regional areas

Premier Gladys Berejiklian won't split coronavirus rules for city and country | The Border Mail | Wodonga, VIC

"The more information the better. We need certainty as to exactly what is happening on our areas.""The more information the better. We need certainty as to exactly what is happening on our areas."

COVID-19:Six cases of coronavirus confirmed for the Bathurst LGA | Western Advocate | Bathurst, NSW

NSW Health has confirmed the total number of positive coronavirus cases in the Liverpool Local Government Area stands at 17 as of 8pm last night. It's the fir...NSW Health has confirmed the total number of positive coronavirus cases in the Liverpool Local Government Area stands at 17 as of 8pm last night. It's the fir...

17 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Liverpool | Liverpool City Champion | Liverpool, NSW

The hot spots where coronavirus is lingering in NSW has been revealed in a series of cluster maps, as cases approach 1000 in the state.The hot spots where coronavirus is lingering in NSW has been revealed in a series of cluster maps, as cases approach 1000 in the state.

Map reveals NSW virus cluster spots | Coffs Coast Advocate

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says more than 1,000 people in the state are infected with COVID-19, but the number of people hospitalised is still "relatively small". “We are urging everybody to please do the right thing - please don’t risk it for yourself or anybody else,” she said. “While we are at this phase, we want to make sure we keep those numbers down in terms of the people that need hospitalisation; even though it has gone up, it’s still relatively small in terms of the number of cases.” The premier also confirmed two children under 10 contracted the virus. Image: GettyNSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says more than 1,000 people in the state are infected with COVID-19, but the number of people hospitalised is still "relatively small". “We are urging everybody to please do the right thing - please don’t risk it for yourself or anybody else,” she said. “While we are at this phase, we want to make sure we keep those numbers down in terms of the people that need hospitalisation; even though it has gone up, it’s still relatively small in terms of the number of cases.” The premier also confirmed two children under 10 contracted the virus. Image: Getty