NSW coronavirus isolation rules won’t be lifted for 90 days, police say
오즈커리어 (OZCAREER)에서 2020년 4월 2일 목요일 시드니 기자회견을 통해 언론에 발표한 내용을 알려드립니다.
호주 NSW에서 확인 된 COVID-19 (코로나바이러스) 확진자는 2,298명에 이르렀으며 수요일 오후 8시 까지 116 건의 새로운 사례가 기록되었습니다. Mick Fuller 경찰청장은 새로운 사회적 격리 규칙은 90일 동안 지속될 것이며 더 이상 연장되는 것은 희망하지 않는다고 말했습니다.
Gloadys Berejiklian NSW 주총리는 감염의 둔화가 유쾌하지만 사람들이 만족할 만한 수준에는 도달하지 못하였다고 말하였습니다. 그녀는 “NSW 사건의 가속화는 더 이상 커지지 않고 있으며, 이것은 좋은 일이다”라고 목요일 기자들에게 전달 하였습니다.
또한, 그녀는 호주가 코로나바이러스의 확산을 줄이는 있어 어느 정도의 성공을 현재까지 거두고 있으며, 현재 매우 중요한 단계에 있다고 발표하며 앞으로 점차 좋아질꺼라 예상하였습니다. 자세한 내용은 아래의 기사에서 확인 바라겠습니다.
“The number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in NSW has reached 2,298, with 116 new cases recorded by 8pm on Wednesday, while the state’s death toll sits at 10.”
NSW Police say the state’s coronavirus isolation rules will last for at least 90 days. The number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in NSW has reached 2,298, with 116 new cases recorded by 8pm on Wednesday, while the state’s death toll sits at 10 – almost half of the country’s tally of 21 deaths.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the slowdown in infections is pleasing but people can’t afford to be complacent. “The acceleration of cases in NSW isn’t growing, which is a good thing,” she told reporters on Thursday. “So, we know that we’re having some level of success in reducing the spread. But we have to maintain our vigilance. We are at a very critical phase.”
Police Commissioner Mick Fuller says new social isolation rules will last for 90 days and hopefully not longer. Gatherings of more than two people, apart from immediate family, are banned in NSW as are all non-essential activities “It is 90 days. People will have gotten the message by then, hopefully,” he said on Thursday. “We won’t be talking about the powers, we’ll be talking about what does it look like coming out of this.
NSW will change planning rules to help struggling companies in sectors such as hospitality and construction. “We want to encourage businesses that are going to keep going,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“The core of that is to make sure we provide every opportunity for businesses not only to keep going but to make sure that they’re accelerating what they can do during this time.” NSW recorded its first COVID-19 death outside of Sydney after a 67-year-old patient at Orange Base Hospital died on Wednesday.
Five of the state’s deaths are residents who lived at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care home in Macquarie Park.