From 14 October 2022, people who test positive for COVID-19 will no longer be required to self-isolate in NSW. Here’s what the point to point transport industry needs to know.
What does this mean for the point to point transport industry?
- The change to the self-isolation rules means if a driver has tested positive to COVID-19, they are no longer required to self-isolate for 5 days.
- NSW Health recommends those who test positive for COVID-19 stay home to protect others while they are experiencing symptoms.
- NSW Health recommends those who test positive for COVID-19 wear a mask when indoors and on public transport, if they must leave their home.
- NSW Health recommends those who test positive for COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test (RAT) continue to register their test with Service NSW.
- Taxi and booking service providers are no longer required to report COVID-19 positive cases to the Commissioner via the Industry Portal
- Commonwealth government financial support is no longer available for self-isolation
Stay up to date
We will continue to inform the industry as new information and updates to public health orders become available.
For more information, see the NSW Government website.