The stay-at-home orders for the Albury local government area will be lifted from midnight tonight, despite a new case being recorded in the region.
The NSW government has confirmed lockdown will end for both Albury and Lismore communities.
The stay-at-home orders introduced last week for the Albury and Lismore LGAs will no longer apply from midnight tonight.— John Barilaro MP (@JohnBarilaroMP) September 22, 2021
Both LGAs will continue to operate under some restrictions to ensure community safety.
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"We thank the communities of Albury and Lismore for their co-operation and for coming forward for testing in large numbers," a statement said.
"However, these LGAs will continue to operate under some restrictions to ensure community safety. For more information, please visit: www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19."
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Member for Albury Justin Clancy congratulated residents.
"I've just had word from the Health Minister that we are set to come out of lockdown as planned," he said.
"We know we continue to face together the continued risk of COVID so please keep up the good work, get tested, get vaccinated, stay safe and take care of one another."
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