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At the current moment OneMob Radio is uncertain about Programming and Shows this week.
We have emailed the Coffs Harbour Aboriginal Interagency about getting updates on Local Organisations Service Delivery and Support during Lockdown and will be shared via OneMob Radio.
OneMob Breakfast with Lockie Skinner will be LIVE from Home on Mon-Fri from 7am – 9am. On this Show Lockie will be giving you the necessary info.
We will be sharing some new Gumbaynggirr Language Sessions on Daily Programming this week for you also.
Updated health advice means stay-at-home orders will apply to all people in NSW.
This new order will replace any existing orders in regional NSW.
The lockdown will last seven days and is due to end at 12:01am on Sunday, 22 August.
The reasons you may leave your home include:
πŸ›’ Shopping for food or other essential goods and services.
πŸ’‰ Medical care or compassionate need. This includes where two people are in a relationship but do not live together. (people can leave home to have a COVID-19 vaccination unless you have been identified as a close contact)
πŸƒπŸΌ Exercise outdoors in groups of 2 or fewer (unless members of the same household).
πŸ‘·πŸΌ Work, where you cannot work from home.
πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ« Schooling will be done from home but schools will be open for the children of essential workers.
Other restrictions:
😷 Masks must be worn indoors (not including the home) and in outdoor settings where you cannot socially distance from others (e.g. while queuing for takeaway).
πŸ‘°β€There will be a one-day β€˜grace period’ for planned weddings and funerals in the regional areas that have not already been subject to a lockdown. Those events may go ahead until 12.01am on Monday 16 August 2021, but only with guests from areas that have not already been subject to a lockdown.
⚰️ From Monday, small funerals and memorial services of 10 persons only (excluding the persons conducting the service) will be permitted.
What shops can remain open?
πŸ“All hospitality venues must be closed to the public, including pubs, restaurants and cafes, except for takeaway.
Retail premises are required to close except for:
πŸ“supermarkets and grocery shops
πŸ“shops that predominantly sell food or drinks eg butchers, bakeries, fruit shops and delicatessens, but does not include restaurants or cafes.
πŸ“ chemists and pharmacies,
πŸ“ shops that predominately sell office supplies, pet supplies, newspapers, magazines and stationery, alcohol, maternity and baby supplies, medical or pharmaceutical supplies
πŸ“food and drink premises, but only to sell takeaway
πŸ“ cellar door premises, but only to sell takeaway
πŸ“hardware and building supplies
πŸ“landscaping material supplies
πŸ“ rural supplies
πŸ“ timber yards
πŸ“ garden centres and plant nurseries,
πŸ“vehicle hire premises, not including the premises at which vehicles are sold,
πŸ“shops that predominately carry out mobile phone repairs.
πŸ“ Service stations, banks, post offices, laundromats and drycleaners can remain open.
What you should do
πŸ“Get a COVID-19 test if you have symptoms:
πŸ“Check exposure sites regularly:
πŸ“ Book a vaccination appointment:
πŸ“ Find out what you can and can’t do:

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