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Mask up, protect the community

Eurobodalla Council is urging residents and visitors to abide by the NSW Government’s latest health order to help stop the spread of COVID-19 to the regions.

Masks must now be worn at all indoor non-residential venues in New South Wales, and the one person per four square metres rule applies.

This includes Council’s administration centre in Moruya, as well as Council depots, libraries, Narooma pool, the Botanic Garden cafe, Moruya airport terminal, childcare centres, community centres and public halls.

Residents are asked to continue to check in, sanitise hands, abide by capacity limits and maintain distance at all indoor venues.

Council advises its works program may be disrupted temporarily because some out-of-town contractors working on local projects are now in lockdown or isolating. Council’s website will be updated with any significant delays - visit

All other Council services continue as usual, although residents are reminded they can conduct their Council business online or over the phone.

Mayor Liz Innes congratulated local businesses on their swift and positive response to the changed circumstances.

“With school holidays upon us the timing is terrible for our visitor economy. But as always, our businesses are organised and doing what they need to. Let’s do our best to support them over the coming weeks.”

For updates, information and financial support available, visit the NSW Government COVID website