NSW COVID update: QR code check-in restrictions set to be scrapped new isolation rules came into effect


Just one week after restoring QR code check-ins, NSW is preparing to ditch them again.

Deputy Premier Paul Toole told Sunrise the state government would “phase out” mandatory signing into events, hospitality and retail venues as it moves to the “next phase” of the pandemic.

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It comes after NSW joined other states and territories by shaking up isolation and testing requirements.

Under the overhaul, only a person who is living with a confirmed case or sharing an accommodation setting for more than four hours will be considered a “close contact” and have to isolate for seven days, with a rapid test on day six.


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