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What you need to know

What you can and can't do

The rules help keep everyone in the community COVID safe. Find out what you can do and which services are open or restricted.

Businesses and workers

Information for businesses, employees and jobseekers, including guidance on workplace safety.

Financial help for individuals and households

Rebates, savings and support is available if you’re affected by COVID-19 and experiencing financial difficulty.

Supporting our community

Stay safe and healthy

Protect yourself and others as our community gets back to work.


Information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) for NSW schools, universities and childcare centres.

Step-by-step guides

Guides and support services for NSW citizens impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19).

Contacts and enquiries

Call Service NSW 24 hours, 7 days a week: 13 77 88

Get guidance for your business with the Business Concierge service.

Feeling unwell?

If you develop a fever, cough, sore or scratchy throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, seek medical attention.

Call the National Coronavirus Helpline
1800 020 080 (24-hour help line)

Visit a COVID-19 testing clinic

Call your doctor

Visit the emergency department

Need help now?

Child Protection Helpline
‍13 2111

Link2Home Homelessness
‍1800 152 152

Domestic Violence Line
Live chat
1800 65 64 63

** Active cases are locally acquired COVID-19 cases with onset in the last four weeks. This is based on the date the person first developed symptoms. When no date of symptom onset is available (it is either under investigation by public health staff or the person tested positive without showing symptoms), the date of the positive test is used. Infections are not always acquired in the place of residence as people often travel outside their area for many reasons (e.g. work, school and shopping).
***The heatmap excludes 189 cases in crew members who tested positive while on board a ship docked in NSW at the time of diagnosis.

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