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23 Mar 2020
The NSW Government has taken significant new steps to increase restrictions across the state - triggering the next level of enforcement necessary to fight COVID-19.
Following the decisions made by National Cabinet, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed the shutdown to protect NSW citizens.
"I understand many in the community are worried, and these changes will affect everyday lives, and may be upsetting," Ms Berejiklian said.
"But these decisions will make us all safer, they are taken with the health of all citizens in mind, and they must be taken now.
"If you have the capacity to work from home, you should do so."
In line with health advice, from midday today, the following non-essential activities and businesses will be temporarily shut down:
It is important to note essential gatherings at places such as hospitals, workplaces, constructions sites and for public transport are exempt and will continue.
As confirmed last night by the Prime Minister schools will remain open, based on health advice, which has not changed.
But from tomorrow, in NSW, for practical reasons, parents are encouraged to keep their children at home.
"Because nearly 30 per cent of children are already being kept out of school, for practical reasons NSW is encouraging parents to keep their children at home," Ms Berejiklian said.
"This will ensure there is only one unit of work, whether the student is at home or at school.
"No child will be turned away from school."
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