LGAS of Concern Need Clarity and Hope

Shadow Minister for Western Sydney and Local Government, Greg Warren has

demanded the NSW Government provide clarity and certainty for the 12 LGAs of

concern regarding the easing of restrictions.

The Premier has refused to confirm whether residents in the LGAs of concern will

be subject to the same easing of restrictions as residents in other LGAs when they

are rolled back.

Shadow Minister for Western Sydney and Member for Campbelltown, Greg

Warren MP, said residents in the LGAs of concern had been singled out and

treated unfairly.

“Locals feel the Premier has essentially locked up residents in South Western and

Western Sydney and thrown away the key,” Mr Warren said.

“The Premier needs to come clean with the residents in the 12 LGAs of concern

and provide a clear and detailed roadmap out of lockdown with timelines for them

as well.

“This NSW Government attitude where ‘what’s good enough for the west isn’t

good enough for the rest’ needs to end.

“Residents in the 12 LGAs of concern have sacrificed so much in order to curb the

spread, yet the NSW Government has given next to nothing in return.

“The least the Premier could do is give those communities some hope and explain

to them how they can reach the light at the end of what has been an extremely

dark tunnel.”

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