John Barilaro’s daughter, 20, fined $ 1,000 for violating Covid rules after traveling to Canberra from Sydney
- Deputy Prime Minister John Barilaro’s daughter Domenica, 20, has been fined by police
- She went from Queanbeyan in southern NSW to Sydney and back last week
- Domenica is Mr. Barilaro’s middle daughter between Alessia, 24, and Sofia, five
Deputy Prime Minister John Barilaro’s daughter has been fined for violating NSW Covid’s rules.
Domenica Barilaro, 20, traveled from Queanbeyan in southern NSW to Sydney and then through ACT back to her hometown last week.
She arrived back in Queanbeyan last Friday and was fined $ 1,000 by Monaro District officers.
Under NSW public health orders, regional residents cannot travel to Sydney unless they have a ‘reasonable excuse’ such as being vaccinated or attending a funeral.
Domenica Barilaro (pictured) reportedly traveled from Queanbeyan in southern NSW to Sydney and then to Canberra last week
Police sources said Domenica (left with a friend) arrived back in Queanbeyan last Friday and was fined $ 1,000 for illegally leaving Sydney’s lockdown
Deputy Commissioner Gary Warboys told reporters on Friday: ‘A young lady down from Queanbeyan was spoken to by police from Queanbeyan police station.
‘The young lady was considerate of the investigation, was polite and forthcoming, and an infringement notice was issued to her.’
A spokesman for the NSW Police said: ‘Officers from the Monaro Police District have issued a Notice of Infringement (PIN) for non-compliance with the instructions under the Public Health Act following an alleged offense by a 20-year-old woman.
‘It is alleged that the woman traveled from regional NSW to Sydney and then to ACT before returning to her home in regional NSW last Friday (July 9, 2021).
‘She was very helpful and apologetic to the police. She has since been issued the $ 1000 PIN. ‘
The Daily Mail Australia has contacted Barilaro for comment.
University student Domenica is the deputy daughter’s middle daughter between lawyer Alessia, 24, and five-year-old Sofia.
Domenica (right) is Mr Barilaro’s middle daughter between Alessia (left), 24 and five-year-old Sofia (center with mother Deanna)
Meanwhile, Sydney’s exposure sites rose past 400 as New South Wales registered 97 new Covid cases on Friday.
Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian gave crisis speeches on tightening Sydney’s lockdown restrictions after 29 of these cases were out in the community at all times while contagious.
NSW Health said 49 of the infections are household contacts and 14 are close contacts. Eighty-seven (69 percent) of the new cases were found in southwest Sydney.
Pictured: Pedestrians in Centennial Park Friday. Home orders for Greater Sydney will continue for at least another two weeks until July 30th
The new locally acquired cases mean that the state’s outbreak of the highly contagious Delta variant has now reached 1,026 infections
Health officials also found 14 cases of Covid-19 in south-east Sydney during 24 to 20 Thursday night and nine in the city’s west.
There are now 18 patients suffering from the virus in intensive care units throughout NSW, and five of them are in ventilators.
The new locally acquired cases mean that the state’s outbreak of the highly contagious Delta variant, which began on June 16 in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, has now reached 1,026 infections.
Sydney and the surrounding Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour regions have been in lockdown for three weeks on Saturday.
Home orders should end on Friday, but will continue for at least another two weeks until July 30th.
Mrs Berejiklian urged anyone in Fairfield who has even been given an extended family member or a volatile social contact test positive for the virus to be vaccinated immediately for Covid-19.
SYDNEY’S LOCKDOWN: WHAT TO KNOW UNTIL JULY 30
Those living in Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast, Shellharbour and Wollongong must comply with the following:
Masks are mandatory in all indoor environments outside the home, including offices and apartment complexes
Residents can only travel 10 km from their homes
– Train and gather in groups of two while you are outside
– Only one member of each household per. Day is allowed to leave home to get important shopping
– No browsing in supermarkets and retailers. Buy only after important things
– Funerals are limited to 10, weddings are prohibited
– No car in the pool with other households when they go out for training
There is no curfew, but a stay at home applies, with only four reasons to leave your home
Schools are closed with homeschooling in place, but no child will be rejected if they need to attend in person
The new rules are in addition to the home bookings that are already in place until July 30, which only include leaving the home for
* buy essential items (one person only)
* beware and compassionate reasons (one visitor only)
* exercise or for work or education that cannot be completed externally
The rest of NSW (including regional areas) is subject to the following restrictions:
- Dance and gymnastics are limited to 20 people per. Class and masks must be worn
- A maximum of five visitors (including children) are allowed in the home
- Mask is mandatory in all indoor environments
- The four-square-foot rule is back to indoor and outdoor environments, and drinking is not allowed while standing in indoor venues
- Dancing is not allowed in indoor hospitality venues or nightclubs, but dancing is allowed at weddings for the wedding party (maximum 20 people)
When does the shutdown end?
- Stay at home bookings apply to Greater Sydney including Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour until 23:59 Friday 30th July 2021