Just days out from the planned start of Term 3, next week. is due to be lifted at midnight Friday, but it seems there is intensifying doubt restrictions will be eased on schedule. The volatile situation has done little to ease the minds of those running busy households, with chief Kerry Chant articulating five words likely to crush working parents on Monday.uttered five words that will put fear in the hearts of all Sydney parents. NSW officials have fallen short of providing hotly-anticipated answers on whether schools will return for Term 3 as planned from
When pressed for a deadline on school reopening, Dr. Chant told reporters, “That is for another time”.
“We are monitoring the situation regularly. We will provide regular updates to the worked hand in glove with education right throughout this; we have also engaged with the independent and Catholic sectors, and we will be keeping them updated,” she said., and keeping a close eye on, how the situation evolves,” she said. “I think our focus at the messages of getting everyone tested, please, with the most minimal symptoms.” The finer details of how a return-to-school process would unfold under coronavirus restrictions had also yet to be ironed out. “I will provide my advice through the government processes, but we have
“Those decisions are yet to be made, but as a general sense, some of the things that we have looked at are things that we have had in place earlier.” Some strategies were floated to minimize parents’ contact during school drop-offs, prevent parent functions and gatherings, and reduce school grade mixing. “All of those strategies that I think parents will have remembered from various points in the response are some of the strategies that have stood us in good stead, and I think they’re the sorts of things that would be informing policy thinking,” NSWovernight, bringing the total number of patients in the outbreak to 312. Premier expressed early optimism last week that the two-week lockdown would end on time. After on Wednesday, Ms. Berejiklian said if the situation continued tracking a similar path, Sydneysiders would be freed as planned.
“I just remind everybody that if we continue to do the right thing, if we make sure we are following the health advice, that we can get out of this in the.
There have since, however, been several premier predicted that there would be higher case levels on Friday before the positive impact of the lockdown was revealed in numbers. “We are anticipating an increase in numbers over the next few days … hopefully, week, we should see the impact of the lockdown turning and having a positive impact,” she said., with any notable decline in numbers still yet to occur. The
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