As Sydney records more COVID cases today, Eurobodalla Council is reminding visitors and residents to be COVID safe.
The latest advice from NSW Health is that residents of Sydney’s northern beaches who’ve arrived in the Eurobodalla since 10 December should be self-isolating and getting tested.
Directives about travel should be taken from the state and territory governments, and health advice from NSW Health.
The Council has scheduled radio advertisements over summer and installed signage at local beaches, parks and playgrounds reminding visitors and residents to stay 1.5m apart and to practise good hand and respiratory hygiene.
The radio ads also remind people to check that they’re not overcrowding shops and cafes before entering.
NSW Health and NSW Police will be enforcing COVID-safe rules in Eurobodalla.
Residents with concerns about people not adhering to COVID-safe rules should contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
For the latest information about COVID-19 in NSW visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
Above: Lifeguards have the added task of reminding beachgoers to be COVID-safe this summer – staying 1.5m apart from others (about the length of a beach towel). Pictured are lifeguards Craig Senior and Andrew Jones from the Lifeguarding Services Australia Eurobodalla.