What time is the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian COVID-19 press conference today?

COVID-19 is enveloping Australia as soon as once more, with outbreaks throughout three states and a territory inflicting lockdowns, tightened restrictions, border closures and the potential for additional measures.

An emergency assembly of the nationwide safety committee might be held on Monday. And state and territory leaders may even be summoned to an unscheduled nationwide cupboard hook up as the federal authorities reacts to widespread restrictions and the subsequent influence on the financial system.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will present a COVID-19 replace at 11am on Monday. You can watch it LIVE right here.

“The national security committee of cabinet is meeting in the morning with a specific COVID agenda, particularly to consider the outbreaks,” the prime minister’s workplace confirmed.

The Northern Territory on Sunday reported 4 new circumstances, with the authorities imposing a 48-hour lockdown for Darwin and surrounding areas following a constructive case in a miner.

NSW recorded 30 new native COVID-19 circumstances, which is the highest 24-hour whole in the state since the Northern Beaches outbreak in December.

COVID-19 case numbers climb, restrictions grow
Visitors to Bondi Beach make the most of permitted train throughout Sydney’s COVID-19 lockdown. Credit: AAP

Total circumstances related to the Bondi cluster have ballooned to 110 after Greater Sydney and surrounds entered a 14-day lockdown.

All college students at South Coogee Public School have been deemed shut contacts and might be pressured to isolate for 2 weeks after a further two pupils examined constructive.

South Coogee Public School
South Coogee Public School Credit: Google Map

In Western Australia, a girl who returned from visiting Sydney picked up the virus, prompting elevated restrictions together with indoor masks use.

And in Queensland, three native circumstances had been recorded – together with an NT miner who was infectious in the Sunshine Coast neighborhood and a pair linked to the present Brisbane cluster.

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