In Sydney, the lockdown was extended for a month until September 30, and curfews were imposed in 12 hardest-hit areas of the city between 9pm and 5am. Thus, they are seeking to at least slow the spread of the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus, which is already present across the state of New South Wales. Only 28 percent of the country’s population over the age of 16 is vaccinated.
It is forbidden to enter these areas, whoever it is, a fine and 14 days of quarantine can be expected. The number of newly infected people exceeded 600 three days ago, so state chief Gladys Berejiklian ordered the wearing of street masks and the restriction of sports as well. The third wave has caused Sydney’s biggest problem in the country, with lockdown in place since late June, pushing the city’s economy to the brink of recession.
Meanwhile, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Friday that she would extend the strict nationwide lockdown until Tuesday. He justified his decision on the grounds that the extent of the virus spread due to another delta variable could not yet be assessed. New Zealand already Not registered in 170 days The case when a test from an Auckland man on Tuesday showed the coronavirus. Then Ardern immediately ordered a strict quarantine. (Reuters 1And 2)
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