Blue Mountains News
COVID-19 Response – Playgrounds
With immediate effect, Council’s public areas (Cook Street Plaza), all public playgrounds, outside gyms and all skateparks are now closed until further notice. This includes BBQs at public parks.
Police are responsible for enforcement of public health orders and members of the public should contact Crime Stoppers to report individuals they believe are in breach of a Public Health Order. Complaints can be reported online or by phone on 1800 333 000.
The latest guidance restricts gatherings to two people under new measures agreed to by the National Cabinet to slow the spread of coronavirus.
People aged 70 and over are urged to stay at home and self-isolate. People over 60 with a chronic illness and indigenous people over 50 are also urged to self-isolate.
Based on advice from the State and Federal governments, Council will update its COVID-19 response should the situation change.
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