NSW Health announced that from 8 June 2022:

* COVID-19 Safe check-ins are no longer required at nightclubs, strip clubs, sex on premises venues and large indoor music festivals. However, businesses and organisations may continue to use them at their own discretion.

*You are no longer required to wear a mask or be vaccinated in order to attend a large indoor music festival.

The Health authorities warn though that during winter our risk of catching viral illnesses is higher. Staying up to date with your vaccinations, for both COVID-19 and flu, is a simple step you can take to help protect yourself, your family and everyone you love.? 

It’s safe and convenient to get your COVID-19 and flu vaccines at the same time. Visit your local GP, pharmacy, or Aboriginal Medical Service to get vaccinated now.

The flu vaccine has been made available free of charge for all NSW residents over the age of 6 months during June 2022 to boost immunity for the winter season.

The flux vax is always free for people aged 65 years and over, children aged 6 months to under 5 years old, Aboriginal people, pregnant women and people at higher risk of serious illness from flu.

Also an additional COVID 19 winter booster is available now for people aged 65 and over, and other people at risk of serious illness from COVID-19.

For  information and updates, check the NSW Health website    COVID-19 | NSW Government

In the meantime, below is the advisory from the Philippine government with regards to the latest requirements for international arrivals into the country.

The Biden administration is also lifting its requirement that international air travelers to the U.S. take a COVID-19 test within a day before boarding their flights, easing one of the last remaining government mandates meant to contain the spread of the coronavirus.


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