Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Facebook Posts

6 hours ago

Good Morning Macarthur

... See MoreSee Less

In our next episode #goodmorningmacarthurYayy, away from Zoom! We were able to actually go and eat in at Koshigaya Kitchen with Good Morning Macarthur's resident foodies for the next episode as we continue to support local small businesses when they need it most.
#goodmorningmacarthur
... See MoreSee Less

In our next episode #goodmorningmacarthur

With restrictions easing from tomorrow, it’s important to continue to stay 1.5m away from others and wash your hands regularly. If you feel unwell, please get tested and stay home until you get your results. In order to stay on top of the virus, we can’t let down our guard.

Q. Do the 5 visitors include children?
A. Yes, it is 5 visitors in total including children.

Q. Can I have 10 people visit my home if we are outdoors?
A. No. An outdoor gathering means a gathering in a park or public place. In your home you can only have up to 5 visitors.

Q. Can I train outdoors with up to 10 people?
A. Yes. Remember to maintain physical distancing.

Q. Can I have a picnic?
A. Yes, so long as it is with up to 10 people total.

Q. What are the rules for cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs?
A. They can have up to 10 patrons seated at any one time and can continue to provide take away. They must also continue to apply the 4sqm rules and patrons must exercise 1.5m in social distancing.

Q. What are the rules about using outdoor equipment?
A. You can use outdoor exercise and playground equipment, but do so with caution. Wash your hands before and after you use this equipment. Assume the person who has used the equipment before you has the virus.

Q. What are the restrictions on outdoor pools?
A. Outdoor pools can operate but can have no more than 10 people at a time and no more than one person per lane. Change areas will also remain closed.

Q. Will there be police enforcement/penalties for people who do not follow the rules?
A. Yes. It is extremely important that we all stay vigilant and maintain the rules around physical distancing. We cannot afford to be complacent. NSW Police will continue to work with the community to help maintain the gains we have made together.

Q. Is local and regional travel allowed for holidays and recreation in NSW?
A. No. NSW is not yet ready to allow regional travel and holidays.

Q. When will the next round of restrictions be eased?
A. This decision will always be based on data and the best available health advice. NSW will monitor the impacts of the latest round of eased restrictions.
... See MoreSee Less

A fitting share for #InternationalNursesDayToday is International Nurses Day, and I cannot stress enough my gratitude and appreciation for all the wonderful nurses that have done so much for so many, especially during these challenging times.

I marvel at the work ethic and determination of all nurses, and have seen it first hand in my role as a paediatrician and through my wonderful wife, Sharon, who is a former oncology nurse.

On behalf of the Macarthur community, and in line with social distancing, I have sent this 'Outstanding Service to the Community' certificate to the wonderful and dedicated nurses of Campbelltown Hospital.
... See MoreSee Less

A fitting share for #InternationalNursesDay

In this episode:
⭐️ We Are Community assists increasing numbers of people at risk
⭐️ Flashback: Celebrity chef Manu
⭐️ On the Food Trail: Eating healthy at Alkalizer
⭐️ Young crusader draws awareness to invisible illnesses
⭐️ Rebecca Hatch is Apple Music's New Artist of this week
#goodmorningmacarthur
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Somewhat ironic hearing Shefali speak so passionately about supporting her staff in these trying times. In her previous business (Gloria Jeans franchises, including Queen St Campbelltown) she stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from her employees superannuation. Hopefully the staff Alkalizer are being paid fairly and receiving their superannuation! 🤔

Load more