Local Health Information
To keep up to date with the latest information from NSW Health regarding the Covid-19 pandemic including regional restrictions please click here:
Regional and rural restrictions | NSW Government
The NSW Government website has a lot of information about what is and isn’t allowed under the stay at home orders, and is continuously updated in line with the changing situation, so please check the site regularly to ensure you are across any new information.
Below, you will find some information about what the stay at home orders mean for local residents and businesses.
What the stay at home orders mean
People must only leave home for essential reasons:
- locally (within your local government area (LGA) or, if outside of your LGA, within 5km of your home from 12:01am Monday 16 August). You may travel beyond this area if the goods or services are not reasonably available locally
- only one person per household may leave home to shop each day, and browsing in shops is not allowed
- seeking medical care (including COVID-19 testing or getting vaccinated)
- for an emergency or compassionate needs
- exercising outdoors with one other person within 5km of home or LGA
- essential work or education, where you cannot work or study from home.
When leaving home for essential reasons, anyone over 18 years of age must carry photo identification with evidence of their home address, such as a NSW Photo Card or Drivers Licence, and produce it to a police officer on request.
- Face masks are compulsory in all indoor non-residential premises, public transport and certain outdoor settings
- Visitors to households is not permitted unless you need care (including personal care)
- if you are 18 years and over, get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Remember, it's vital for anyone showing any symptoms, or those who are a close or casual contact of someone who has tested positive to COVID-19, to get tested immediately, stay home and follow the health advice.
What this means for local businesses
Under the stay at home orders, some businesses must not open to the public. For a full list of impacted businesses and exemptions, please visit nsw.gov.au
Businesses that can remain open must:
To support businesses and workers at this critical time, the NSW Government's 2021 COVID-19 Support Package has been boosted to include additional financial support measures for individuals, sole traders, micro-businesses, small and medium businesses, as well as the creative services industry and accommodation providers. There is also support available for individuals and businesses who need it.
Local Health Information
Deniliquin Local Health Advisory Committee (Deni LHAC) brings you information on health services in Deniliquin. These pages focus on providing information on what the services do, programs they run and how to access these services. These services are mostly Murrumbidgee Local Health District services, free to everyone. Some pages provide information on services through NGO’s (non-government organisations) and private practitioners.
View, download or print local health information:
Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Services(PDF, 2MB)
Help in Deni – How to access counselling(PDF, 2MB)
Support and Recovery Services Mental Health(PDF, 543KB)
Online and Digital Mental Health Information(PDF, 428KB)
Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing(PDF, 488KB)
Allied Health – Allied Health Services(PDF, 411KB)
Aboriginal Health(PDF, 2MB)
Community Health – Community Health and Rehabilitation(PDF, 460KB)
Community Health Nurses – Community Health Nursing Services(PDF, 364KB)
Additional digital resources:
Digital Mental Health Resources – Adults
Digital Mental Health Resources – Youth
Digital Mental Health Resources – Aboriginal