ALBANESE & NSW LABOR TEAM - STATEMENT - NSW PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS - SUNDAY, 27 JUNE, 2021
10.41am | June 28, 2021
ANTHONY ALBANESE MP
LEADER OF THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY
MEMBER FOR GRAYNDLER
NSW LABOR MEMBERS & SENATORS
Tim Ayres, Sharon Bird, Chris Bowen, Tony Burke, Linda Burney, Jason Clare, Sharon Claydon, Pat Conroy, Justine Elliot, Joel Fitzgibbon, Mike Freelander, Chris Hayes, Ed Husic, Stephen Jones, Kristina Keneally, Jenny McAllister, Kristy McBain, Emma McBride, Deb O’Neill, Julie Owens, Fiona Phillips, Tanya Plibersek, Michelle Rowland, Tony Sheldon, Anne Stanley, Meryl Swanson, Susan Templeman, Matt Thistlethwaite.
NSW PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS
Lockdowns can be extremely isolating for many in our community, and it is important that we all do our part to look after one another.
We stand in solidarity with the people of NSW, as we enter Day One of the new public health orders.
Whilst Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, much of the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains are now under stay-at-home orders, your Labor representatives and their offices remain ready and willing to assist with all of your local concerns.
We are guided by some of the greatest minds in medical science in NSW.
Please follow the health advice; stay home, get tested if you are unwell, maintain good hygiene and practice social distancing if you need to leave the home for one of the accepted reasons.
Please wear a face mask whenever outside the home, check in on elderly relatives and neighbours, and get immunised as soon as possible.
Shops remain open throughout this period, and it is important for us all to think about those who are more vulnerable in our community.
Together, we can get through this. Additional support can be found below.
- National Coronavirus Hotline – 1800 020 080
- Beyond Blue – 1300 22 4636
- Lifeline – 13 11 14
- National Sexual Assault, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service – 1800 656 463