The announcement comes as NSW has 109,989 active cases, with 92 in intensive care.
COVID-19 has taught us the importance of long-term planning. Let’s see if we can apply that lesson to climate change.
NSW Health has recommended that “unless otherwise advised by NSW Health, you must monitor for symptoms. If you are unwell, get a COVID-19 test.”
All attendees are urged to get tested immediately.
How can one be generous to a crowd that has blatantly put thousands of individuals at risk?
The SRC intends to continue advocating for the reinstatement of CWAM and has called on students to email the Vice-Chancellor.
Among the speakers were AUWU unionists and USyd Welfare Officer Lia Perkins.
The University of Sydney is lagging behind other universities in providing leave for all staff to get vaccinated.
In the middle of a health crisis, the focus should be on victim-survivor healing, not punishment.
The allegations follow a pattern of private schools and colleges being afforded greater freedoms under lockdown restrictions.