The NSW premier has ruled out fining parents if they're concerned about sending their children to school during COVID. But it hasn't stopped some parents pressing ahead with plans to sue to keep their kids home. 7NEWS
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Increasingly likely that current NSW COVID restrictions will be extended | 7NEWSThe end of the Omircon wave might be in sight, but it's looking increasingly likely that current COVID restrictions will be extended. Hospitality businesses are still feeling the brunt of the outbreak, suffocating under the rules. 7NEWS
NSW extends COVID-19 restrictions for another month as hospitalisations increaseNSW has extended its restrictions for another month as hospitalisations continue to surge. Only stopping direct contact can truly stop coronavirus spread! Use free BostApp instead to safely communicate with people around. Download for free at Apple & Google Two years and not one new hospital bed. LOL But have you seen our vaccination rate? any running total on other deaths? road accidents, cancer & etc please?
NSW makes big call on Covid rulesNSW will extend the existing pandemic rules – such as indoor mask mandates and capacity limits at pubs – for another month.
NSW records uptick in COVID-19 cases as restrictions extendedNSW has EXTENDED COVID19 restrictions for another month - a move which Dominic Perrottet says will protect students returning to school and fast-track the return of elective surgeries. MORE: 9News All the bed wetters will be happy 🤡 This doesnt protect shit, all the people going to pubs either have grown children or dont have kids.
Australia Covid update: NSW restrictions to stay as 76 virus deaths recorded across countryThe indoor mask mandate, QR code check-ins, a ban on singing and dancing and hospitality density limits will remain until 28 February in NSW Clearly the push through has become a slap down with real numbers expected after we have proper supply of RATs
COVID hospitalisations increase in NSW as state reports more than 20 virus-related deathsNew South Wales has reported a marginal increase in people being treated for COVID-19 in hospital as cases continue to drop. 7NEWS Oh so when cases go down the wave is passing, bit when they're up it a 'marginal increase'? FFS