Residents eligible for special border bubble permits are allowed to cross into NSW freely for 14 days for the purposes of "work, education and daily life".
Residents with the permit will not have to self isolate upon return from Albury.
But what is classed as 'daily life'?
Can Wodonga residents cross the border to go to restaurants, parks or beauticians? Or should they be exercising more caution and only visiting NSW where absolutely necessary?
Since the permits were released on Tuesday night, The Border Mail has received many inquiries from readers wanting clarification on what they can do under the 'daily life' clause.
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The official Public Health Orders states a border community resident is someone who "has reasonable cause to travel between NSW and Victoria in the ordinary course of their work, education or daily life".
The orders go on to say a cross border resident is a Victorian who "does not stay in New South Wales for longer than reasonably necessary for work, education or to obtain goods or services".
Service NSW and the NSW Department of Health were both contacted yesterday by The Border Mail and asked to define what residents are allowed to do under the 'daily life' clause.
A Service NSW spokesman said it was a question for the Department of Health.
But, the Department of Health have also been unable to provide a definition despite repeated requests.