How to find out where you can travel without breaking any lockdown laws

How to find out where you can travel without breaking any lockdown laws
How to find out where you can travel without breaking any lockdown laws
How to find out where you can go without breaking lockdown laws: Easy-to-use way to make sure you don't break the 10km limit Locals in Greater Sydney and surrounds must stay within 10km of their homes  There is an easy way to check exactly where you can go using handy website  From 5pm Friday tightened restrictions apply to control a Covid outbreak 

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In a first since the Covid pandemic began in early 2020, health officials have ordered NSW residents to stay within a certain radius of their homes.

From 5pm Friday locked down residents in Greater Sydney and surrounding regions have been told they cannot travel further than 10km from their house. 

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The tightened restrictions were announced as the city struggles to control an outbreak of the contagious Delta strain - with premier Gladys Berejiklian announcing 50 new cases on Saturday. 

A handy website (pictured) will tell you exactly where you can and not break any lockdown restrictions

A handy website (pictured) will tell you exactly where you can and not break any lockdown restrictions 

Residents of Greater Sydney can be hot with fines if they travel outside the 10km zone (pictured: police and people exercising at Bronte Beach)

Residents of Greater Sydney can be hot with fines if they travel outside the 10km zone (pictured: police and people exercising at Bronte Beach) 

For those who don't know exactly where the 10km boundary from their house extends there is an easy way to check. 

The website KM From Home allows users to enter their address and see a red circle on a map appears indicating exactly where they can travel to. 

After Ireland introduced similar measures last year, the website was established and has now been

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