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Shoalhaven City Council enforces the mandatory use of face masks as the Covid-19 threat grows

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NSW Health has advised that anyone who has been in Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong or Shellharbour in the last 14 days must wear a mask.

Shoalhaven City Council said Council recognises that this will impact a large number of people in the community.

In response to this Public Health Order, Council is requesting that all visitors to our indoor facilities aged 12 years and over, wear a mask. 

Council buildings include the Shoalhaven City Council administration buildings, libraries, gallery, Sport Swim Fitness facilities, community halls, emergency management buildings etc. from 9am, Friday 25 July 2021.

If you need a mask, Council staff will have them available for you on site.

In addition, there will be No Entry to Council buildings for those living in the 7 local government areas (LGAs) identified by NSW Health until further advised. These LGAs include (see these on the NSW Health map):

  • City of Sydney
  • Waverley
  • Randwick
  • Canada Bay
  • Inner West
  • Bayside
  • Woollahra

For up-to-date information regarding Greater Sydney COVID-19 and travel restrictions, visit the NSW Health website.

Council has COVID safety plans in place for its facilities, including public venues and holiday parks. Council would like to remind visitors to observe NSW health guidelines on social distancing, self-isolation and testing procedures, handwashing and personal hygiene practices. 

There will be posters at Council facilities and venues advising on this change.

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