The ACT will shut its border to COVID-19 affected areas of New South Wales from midday on Saturday, amid a recent resurgence of the virus across the harbour city.
- Those who need to travel to the ACT for extraordinary circumstances will need to apply for an exemption at least three days prior
- The changes apply to non-ACT residents only
- ACT Chief Health Officer Kerryn Coleman said about 25 per cent of people currently in quarantine were non-ACT residents
Under the updated public health direction, released…