December 31, New South Wales Governor Belgicleen announced that as of 20:00 on the 30th, more than 28,000 people have been tested for the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours, and 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed locally, including 5 are related to the northern beach area of Sydney. Community infection is related.
So far, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Sydney’s northern beach area has reached 144.
On the 30th, there was an outbreak in the Creedon community in the inner west district of Sydney, with six people infected with the novel coronavirus.
Today, three more confirmed cases are related to the outbreak of the Creden community, and the number of confirmed cases in the Creeden community has reached nine. At present, the health department is also tracking close contacts of confirmed cases.
As the epidemic in Greater Sydney continues to spread, the government has upgraded prevention and control measures to further restrict people’s gathering.
On the evening of the 31st, Sydney’s New Year’s fireworks show will be held as usual. The government has banned people from watching Sydney’s harbor and urged everyone to stay at home and not go out.
NSW police said that a large number of police will be sent to maintain order during the New Year’s Eve celebration and investigate and punish various violations of epidemic control measures.
It is understood that other states in Australia continue to tighten border control over New South Wales, and South Australia will prohibit unauthorized residents of New South Wales from entering the country at 00:00 on January 1, 2021.