Anyone travelling to NSW who has been in Victoria after 8pm on Thursday 5 August must follow the stay-at-home rules and only leave home with a reasonable excuse.
NSW border residents do not have to follow the stay-at-home rules if the only place they have been in Victoria is in the border region.
Anyone currently in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected Queensland local government areas since Wednesday 21 July must also follow the stay-at-home rules.
Declaration requirements remain in place for anyone who has been in Victoria, Queensland or South Australia in the previous 14 days, with the exception of those living and travelling in the NSW/Victoria border region.
People travelling from the Queensland border region only need to fill in the declaration every three days.
Interstate travellers who have been to a close-contact venue must not enter NSW unless they are a NSW resident, or are transiting to the ACT. If they are in NSW, they must self-isolate until it has been 14 days since they were last at the close-contact venue.
Interstate travellers who have been to a casual-contact venue must not enter NSW unless they are a NSW resident (or transiting to the ACT) or they have had a negative COVID-19 result after being at the venue. If they are in NSW, they must self-isolate until it has been 14 days since they were last at the casual-contact venue, or until they have had a negative result.
Anyone who has recently travelled from Victoria, Queensland or South Australia should check local health websites regularly. If you have visited a listed venue of concern, immediately follow the relevant public health advice and contact NSW Health on 1800 943 553.
If you have even the mildest of symptoms, please be immediately be tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.
There are more than 410 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW, many of which are open seven days a week. To find your nearest testing clinic, visit COVID-19 testing clinics or contact your GP.