With NSW now open, it is important that everyone is up to date with the latest information regarding health advice and financial support.

Daily updates are available online on the NSW Health website with statistics and up-to-date Public Health Orders. Please remember to adhere to the health advice at all times to help keep yourself and our community safe.

You can also reach out to my office if you have any concerns by phone at (02) 9580 9349 or via email at oatley@parliament.nsw.gov.au.

Where can I get tested?

Getting tested plays an important part in identifying cases of COVID-19, to help better protect ourselves and the community. To find your nearest testing clinic, please visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/health-and-wellbeing/clinics

What are the current restrictions?

To learn about the current restrictions on some activities, businesses, facilities, and places resulting from the current public health orders, visit the NSW Government website.

The NSW Government is closely monitoring the situation and taking advice from NSW Health and will make other orders if necessary to safeguard the community.

Please ensure you comply with the public health orders in place. Failure to comply with a direction issued by Ministerial order under section 7 of the Public Health Act 2010 is a criminal offence, and Police officers may issue a penalty notice for an offence.

What support is there for impacted businesses and individuals?

There is a range of support available for individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19. For up-to-date information, go to the NSW Government website.

If your business is affected directly by COVID-19, you can call 13 28 46 (or if unable to call 1300 numbers 02 8894 1555) for more information and assistance.

The Australian Government can assist individuals with information, services and financial assistance through Centrelink to help you if you’re affected by COVID-19. Visit the Australian Government website for further information.