Update from Narellan Town Centre
From 11.59pm on Saturday, 17 July:
- Retail premises will be required to close (‘click and collect’, takeaway and home delivery can still operate), except the following can remain open:
- Supermarkets and grocery stores (including butchers, bakeries, fruit and vegetable stores, liquor stores and fishmongers);
- Stores that predominantly sell health, medical, maternity and infant supplies;
- Pharmacies and chemists;
- Petrol stations;
- Car hire;
- Banks and financial institutions;
- Hardware, nurseries and building supplies;
- Agricultural and rural supplies;
- Pet supplies;
- Post offices and newsagents; and
- Office supplies.
- In addition to the stay-at-home rules, residents of Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool LGAs cannot leave their LGA for work except for emergency services and healthcare workers (including aged and disability workers). Where those workers do need to leave their LGA for work, they are required to be tested every three days, even if they do not have symptoms;
- Anyone who leaves the home must have a mask with them at all times. They must be worn when you are working outdoors, in outdoor markets, outdoor shopping strips, and in an outdoor queues waiting for products such as coffee and food; and
- All carpooling to be stopped unless among members of the same household.
From 5pm Friday, 9 July the following additional restrictions will be in place:
- People must stay in their Local Government Area or within 10kms of home for exercise and outdoor recreation, with no carpooling between non-household members;
- Browsing in shops is prohibited, plus only one person per household, per day may leave the home for shopping;
- Funerals limited to ten people in total (this will take effect from Sunday, 11 July).
The four reasons to leave your home remain in place:
- Shopping for food or other essential goods and services (one person only);
- Medical care or compassionate needs (only one visitor can enter another residence to fulfil carers’ responsibilities or provide care or assistance, or for compassionate reasons);
- Exercise with no more than 2 (unless members of the same household);
- Essential work, or education, where you cannot work or study from home.
For the latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW click here.
A range of measures are in place which include:
- Increased cleaning of the Centre during trading hours & a thorough overnight clean performed daily
- Hand sanitizer is available at all key entrances, Information Desk & Centre Management Office
- Signage promoting hand washing hygiene in all amenities
- Good Respiratory hygiene signage at all entrances of the Centre
- Announcements over our PA system every 30 minutes reminding customers that masks are mandatory in centre
- Mandatory Mask signage placed at all entrances to the Centre and on digital screens in Centre
- Announcements over our PA system every 30 minutes reminding customers to practice social distancing
- Social distancing signage placed at all entrances & highly visible locations in Centre
- Displaying government health advice across our in-centre screens
We have a COVID-Safe Plan in place, which is registered with the NSW Government.
Reminder to all customers
We remind all customers, staff & visitors to practice regular hand washing, use hand sanitiser and cover sneezes or coughs with your arm, and practice social distancing when in Centre.
If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, please isolate and get tested.
We are closely monitoring the latest advice from the NSW Government Health Authorities and will act accordingly.
For the latest advice, information & resources go to
https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/covid-19 or call the NSW Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1300 066 055.
Thank you for your support.