NSW Government (Sponsored by Pfizer) Segregates Society by Lying to Councils As They State the Vaxxinations Stop Spreading and Provide Immunity, When It’s Well Established They Create Spreading of Virus’s, and Have Never, Ever, Created Any Immunity
By Sydney National Review
Below is an email sent to NSW Local Councils, most likely written in the Pfizer marketing department, deceiving and misleading all local councils in NSW, with junk science, and clear discrimination against those who refuse to be bullied, or co erced into taking an experimental drug, disguised as a quackzinne, with the side effect of death, to treat an imaginary flu the Government still has refused to provide evidence exists.
COVID-19 COUNCIL UPDATE
2 November 2021
NSW brings forward freedoms for fully vaccinated
The NSW Government has today announced it will further ease rules for those who are fully vaccinated by bringing forward many of the roadmap changes scheduled for December 1 to Monday, November 8. In response to the State’s faster-than-expected rate of vaccination, from November 8 there will be no limit on visitors to a home, no rules for outdoor gatherings with fewer than 1,000 people, and indoor swimming pools will re-open for all purposes. Businesses will be able to welcome in more fully vaccinated customers with all premises to move to one person per 2m sq rule, and nightclubs will be able to re-open dancefloors. Caps will be removed for settings other than gym and dance classes (where the 20 person cap for classes will remain) and replaced by density limits or 100 percent fixed seated capacity for major recreation outdoor facilities (including stadiums, racecourses, theme parks, and zoos) and entertainment facilities (including cinemas and theatres). Additionally, indoor swimming pools will reopen for all purposes. These freedoms will only be available for people who are fully vaccinated, including those who have medical exemptions and children under the age of 16. COVID Safe check-ins and proof of vaccination will still be required. Those who are not fully vaccinated must still abide by pre-roadmap restrictions until the State reaches the 95 percent double vaccination target, or December 15, whichever happens first. The current settings for masks, which apply to everyone, will remain in place until the State reaches the 95 per cent double vaccination target, or December 15, whichever happens first. To maintain high levels of immunity across the community, NSW Health has begun rolling out a booster vaccination program at its clinics to individuals aged 18 and older who received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine 6 months or more ago. Pfizer will be used for boosters regardless of the COVID-19 vaccine received for the first and second dose. The State is on track to reach 90 per cent double vaccination weeks ahead of schedule. For more information about the 90 per cent easing of restrictions, visit nsw.gov.au (https://info.olg.nsw.gov.au/
New guidelines released to assist councils with outdoor dining opportunities
The State Government is helping to bring the streets of NSW back to life through a raft of initiatives and funding to see the return of alfresco dining, live music and entertainment to our local communities. The Alfresco Restart Package will provide more, better and activated public space to support community wellbeing and economic recovery. The initiatives being rolled out from this month include:
• The Festival of Place (https://info.olg.nsw.gov.au/
• Changing the outdoor dining planning rules permanently to allow pubs and small bars to implement outdoor dining more easily following a successful trial.
• Supporting councils and businesses to bounce back by changing the rules for alfresco dining on public and private land.
• Offering $5,000 grants for hospitality businesses to get their outdoor dining ventures in a park or public space off the ground.
These initiatives will help generate much-needed social and economic activities in our local communities as part of the Reopening NSW roadmap as vaccination rates increase. Councils can make the most of this opportunity by identifying areas within their towns and cities, such as central business districts and high streets, for outdoor dining and other COVID-safe activations and events, and encouraging businesses and communities to get involved. Councils are also urged to examine ways to reduce the time and cost of approving outdoor dining areas. To help speed up the application process, the Government has created an online platform on the planning portal (https://info.olg.nsw.gov.au/