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Lockdown Continues as NSW Records 38 New COVID-19 Cases New South Wales Reported 38 New Cases Of COVID-19, Including 26 Linked to Previously Confirmed Cases, On Thursday in the 24 Hours Leading Up to 8 Pm on Wednesday. All Of Greater Sydney, Including Wollongong, Central Coast and The Blue Mountains Entered a Two-Week Lockdown on June 26 That Will Remain Until 12:01 Am on July 17.

What You Need to Know Lockdown Extended for Greater Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong for One More Week Until July 17

Lockdown Continues as NSW Records 38 New COVID-19 Cases

Reasons To Leave Home Include Shopping for Essential Goods, Medical Care, Getting Vaccinated, Outdoor Exercise in Groups Of 10 Or Fewer, And Essential Work or Education

Broader Restrictions Also Placed on Regional NSW

Masks Are Mandatory in All Non-Residential Indoor Settings, Including Workplaces. Masks Are Also Mandatory on Public Transport

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