- COVID affecting Council too
- Kindness, care, compassion are what we need
- Time for caution and care as we move into 2022
- Byron Shire Mayor welcomes return of masks
- Mask up – COVID cases in Byron Shire a cause for concern
- COVID-Safe Byron Shire – COVID is not taking a holiday
- Not feeling well? Get tested
- Keep COVID in mind this Schoolies Week
- Preparing for visitors from 1 November
- Back to basics – keep your distance and get tested
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Find the latest Byron Shire Council media releases relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID affecting Council too
Like other businesses and operations in the Byron Shire, COVID-19 is having an impact on some daypg.comcil’s Customer Service Centre at Mullumbimby will be open to the public from Monday to Friday but only from 8:30am – 12:00pm.
Kindness, care, compassion are what we need
The latest information released by the Northern NSW Local Health District today (5 January 2021) showed there were 576 new COVID cases to 8pm last night with 96 in the Byron Shire.
Time for caution and care as we move into 2022
News from NSW Health today that there were 11,201 new COVID-19 cases recorded to 8pm last night is concerning but not unexpected said Byron Shire Mayor, Michael Lyon.
Byron Shire Mayor welcomes return of masks
The decisions by the NSW Government to make the wearing of masks when indoors mandatory from midnight tonight (23 December) and to reintroduce checking in with QR codes in more settings have been welcomed by the Mayor of the Byron Shire, Michael Lyon.
Mask up – COVID cases in Byron Shire a cause for concern
The Mayor of the Byron Shire, Michael Lyon, has spoken with the Chief Executive of the Northern NSW Local Health District, Wayne Jones, to discuss the COVID-19 situation in the Byron Shire.
COVID-Safe Byron Shire – COVID is not taking a holiday
School is out, the festive season is just around the corner and everyone is asked to make this a COVID-safe summer.
Not feeling well? Get tested
With the latest information from the Northern NSW Local Health District announcing 21 new cases of COVID-19 in the region, this is the time for people who are not feeling well to go and get tested.
Keep COVID in mind this Schoolies Week
With the annual Schoolies Week celebrations due to officially start this weekend, Byron Shire Mayor, Michael Lyon, is asking teenagers to make sure they comply with all Public Health orders relating to COVID-19.
Preparing for visitors from 1 November
With regional NSW including the Byron Shire open to fully vaccinated people from the Greater Sydney area from next Monday (1 November) Byron Shire Mayor, Michael Lyon, today said there is a mixture of angst and excitement in the community.
Back to basics – keep your distance and get tested
As NSW continues towards meeting the vaccination milestones set out in the NSW Government’s roadmap, rates in the Byron Shire are increasing.
- COVID-19: Changes to Council services
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- NSW Government Coronavirus advice
- Australian Government Coronavirus Advice