ACTSES and RFS volunteers have been seconded to the police this week to help manage the thousands of Canberrans in quarantine.
NSW has recorded three new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, all believed to be linked to the Berala cluster, and eight new overseas acquired cases in the 24 hours to 8pm last...
Anyone in the ACT who was in Greater Brisbane on or after 2 January must go into a 14 day quarantine immediately and fill out an ACT Health declaration form.
Border restrictions between ACT and NSW will be extended for at least another week and Chief Minister Andrew Barr warned of ‘random breath testing’ style enforcement checks within ACT borders during an announcement this morning, 5 December.
This morning, NSW Acting Premier John Barilaro condemned the actions of a Fairfield wedding operator caught hosting up to 700 guests over the weekend, double the number it would be allowed under local restrictions.
Continued non-ACT arrivals in Canberra has prompted ACT Health to introduce new travel rules for people coming to the ACT from Greater Sydney.
The COVID-19 update provided by the NSW Government today will have no impact on the ACT’s travel restrictions for the Christmas period. “While the situation in NSW is encouraging, with eight new cases,...
ACT Policing Detective Superintendent Matthew Heather said police were pulling over about 300 cars an hour at the border checkpoint and had already identified people who must go into quarantine.
It was a record day of testing in New South Wales yesterday, with 38,000 people tested for COVID-19, which identified 15 new locally aquired cases.
The ACT will stop travel to and from to Greater Sydney and surrounds from 11.59pm tonight, in response to their unfolding COVID-19 outbreak.
Several states have altered their border rules for travellers from NSW in response to the growth of the Northern Beaches COVID-19 cluster.
ACT Health has strengthened its travel advice to Canberrans given a significant increase in the NSW Northern Beaches COVID-19 outbreak.
A children's book written by a NSW clinical psychologist separated from her grandchildren by coronavirus has been recommended as an educational resource by the ACT Education Directorate.