The stay-at-home COVID-19 orders currently in place in the Orange City Council, Blayney Shire Council, and Cabonne Shire Council areas will be lifted, as scheduled, from midnight.
NSW Health made the announcement this afternoon, confirming there had been no further transmission of COVID-19 detected in the region since a positive case was recorded on July 20.
“Orange City Council, Blayney Shire Council, and Cabonne Shire Council will revert to the same restrictions as the rest of regional NSW from tomorrow (Wednesday),” NSW Health said in a statement.
“NSW Health thanks people in these local communities for their co-operation and patience during the stay-at-home restrictions for the past week.
“As there has been a case recently in the community, and the ongoing outbreak continues across Sydney, it is vital people in these communities and throughout NSW continue to come forward for testing at the first sign of even mild symptoms.”
For more information on testing clinics and restrictions in regional NSW, please visit the NSW Government website.