Businesses across the Northern Beaches are being encouraged to join the fight against COVID-19 and start producing much needed medical equipment for NSW.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the unprecedented global demand on much needed medical supplies had seen traditional suppliers now unable to fill urgent orders to service NSW.
“Hand sanitiser, hand wash, soap, cleaning products, protective clothing, gloves, masks, eyewear and paper products are now in high demand,” Mr Griffin said.
People experiencing domestic violence can be assured police and frontline services are ready to support them and their families as NSW continues to respond to the coronavirus threat.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the Northern Beaches community should not hesitate to seek help and support at this time.
“If you are in danger or in an emergency call Triple Zero (000),” Mr Griffin said.
Supermarkets in Manly and the Northern Beaches are now able to receive deliveries 24 hours a day to restock their shelves under new rules introduced by the NSW Government.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the Government had moved to override rules that restrict some stores from receiving important deliveries outside regular business hours.