新州州長 新冠病毒改變了我們的生活方式

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新州州长Gladys Berejiklian

 

新冠病毒(COVID-19)改变了我们的生活方式。

 

我们正在一起面对这一前所未有的时代,我想借此机会感谢澳大利亚华人社区所发挥的重要作用。

 

新州已经测试了50多万人。我们的检测率几乎是全世界最高的,再加上限制措施和保持1.5米的社交距离,使我们能够减少COVID-19的传播。

 

这就是为什么作为新州州长,我为我们今天所处的状况感到无比自豪。然而,我们千万不能掉以轻心。

 

如果有哪怕最轻微的症状,你也必须站出来接受检测。COVID-19的症状包括发烧、咳嗽、喉咙痛或呼吸急促。如果需要有关COVID-19的更多信息,或者想知道在哪里可以进行检测,请访问nsw.gov.au。

 

我们现在的重点是安全地启动经济,让人们重新就业。多亏了社区每个人的巨大努力,我们正在放宽新州的一些限制。随着人们回到某种程度的正常状态,我们将启动更多的活动。

 

为了确保新州继续向前发展,我必须万分强调帮助防止COVID-19传播的重要性。外出时,必须与他人保持1.5米的距离,并始终保持良好的手部卫生。

 

我们不知道何时或者是否会有疫苗,但我们知道,我们都必须学会生活在这个新的COVID安全的环境中。

 

让我们共同努力,继续保持安全,向前迈进。

 

 

 

 

Multicultural op-ed

 

Premier of NSW, Gladys Berejiklian

 

COVID-19 has changed the way we live our lives.

 

We have all been facing these unprecedented times together and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Chinese Australian community for the important role you have played.

 

Our state has tested more than half a million people. We have one of the highest testing rates in the world and this, along with restrictions and keeping a social distance of 1.5 metres, has enabled us to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

 

As the Premier of NSW, that is why I am incredibly proud of position we are in today. However, we must not get complacent.

 

Even if you have the mildest symptoms, you must come forward and get tested. Symptoms of COVID-19 include a fever, coughing, a sore throat or shortness of breath. If you need further information on COVID-19 or would like to know where you can get tested, please visit nsw.gov.au.

 

We are now focused on kick starting the economy safely and getting people back in jobs. Thanks to the hard work of everyone in the community, we are easing some restrictions in NSW. We will see more activity as people return to some level of normality.

 

To ensure NSW continues to move forward, I cannot stress enough the importance of helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19. When outside the home, you must keep a 1.5m distance from others and always exercise good hand hygiene.

 

We don’t know when or if there will be a vaccine, but what we do know is we all must learn to live in this new, COVID-safe environment.

 

Together, we will continue to stay safe and move forward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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