Visitors will be barred from several NSW aged care homes after a â¦ The northern part of the northern beaches has been in lockdown since 19 December. COVID-19 (coronavirus) testing centres in Sydney's Northern Beaches areas Get tested immediately if you have even the mildest symptoms such as â¦ Northern beaches COVID-19: Financial support package being prepared The State Government is preparing to roll out a financial support package for â¦ Northern Beaches Hospital has banned all visitors as the area goes into lockdown to deal with an expanding COVID-19 cluster. About 70,000 residents living â¦ The sun shone down on the northern beaches on Sunday as residents in the northern zone spent their first day out of COVID-19 lockdown. shopping for food or other goods and services; medical care or compassionate needs Sydneyâs Northern Beaches residents are officially in lockdown until next Wednesday as officials hope to slow the spread of COVID-19. Work with us: Port Macquarie-Hastings region ramps up COVID measures for Sydney visitors after northern beaches cluster grows The four reasons you may leave your home include. To assist contact tracing and to contain any potential spread of COVID-19, NSW Health is asking people living in the Northern Beaches Local Government Area to. Residents in Sydneyâs Northern Beaches will be able to enjoy some eased restrictions from Monday, as the rest of the city reverts back to previous rules.. Nine new cases of COVID were recorded in NSW on Saturday, with the Avalon cluster now at 116 cases.. Since 5pm on Saturday, December 19, Sydney's northern beaches suburbs have been under stay-at-home orders, as part of the New South Wales Government's efforts to stop the area's growing cluster of locally acquired COVID-19 cases.The requirement for folks in the region to remain at home other than for one of four essential reasons was given a target end date, though, of midnight on â¦ Reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection Friday 18 December to Sunday 20 December 2020. The Northern Beaches will remain being split into a north and south region. #BREAKING Gladys Berejiklian says there have been two more COVID-19 cases on the northern beaches overnight (in addition to the two reported last â¦ work from home and remain at home as much as possible Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in the Northern Beaches area, from 5pm today until 11.59pm on Wednesday 23 December, residents of the Northern Beaches Local Government Area must stay home unless it is for an essential reason.. Once it lifts, residents will be subject to the same restrictions as greater Sydney. Four people have tested positive for COVID-19 on NSW's northern beaches in the past 24 hours.