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Thousands of Sydney people flocked outside to take advantage of the pleasant weather yesterday, packing beaches and parks across the city.

The overall number of covid cases in outbreak in Sydney now stands at 277, with 222 of them being linked to the Bondi cluster. Thirteen of the new cases were isolated for the entirety of their infectious periods, while one case was isolated for a portion of their infectious period.

In the community, two cases were contagious. While it was “pleasant” to see the daily case counts reduce, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian cautioned that the figures could still “bounce about.” She warned that violating the lockdown could result in an unwelcome increase in instances. “In the last few days, we’ve seen how easy it is for people to mistakenly or purposely do the wrong thing, and that can lead to more cases, which is something we don’t want to see,” Berejiklian said.

“However, we are observing that transmission is now taking place in households, or within households.” The “next few days are really essential,” according to Berejiklian, to see cases continuing to diminish. “We need to make sure people don’t give in and don’t break the regulations we’ve set in place to keep that trend going,” she said.

Despite the fact that the lockdown guidelines specifically state that anyone out in these regions must be doing so for a valid cause, such as exercise, the sunny day proved too tempting, motivating many to test the stay-at-home order. With another sunny day forecast for today, there are fears that many people would break lockdown orders to enjoy the sunshine, raising concerns about the Greater Sydney lockdown. People were strolling along the promenade, as well as on the beach and in the water, at Bondi Beach. Outside a Bondi venue, crowds were seen disobeying social distance rules.

People were sunbathing, sleeping, and reading books at Shark Beach in Nielsen Park, according to The Daily Telegraph, despite warnings prohibiting sitting. People flocked to the Flemington Markets on Saturday morning to conduct their shopping, while a resident said that “every outdoor table and bench is filled” at Darling Square and that Sydney Park was “packed like an usual Saturday.”

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