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This dashboard aims to provide information about Council’s services and support in response to COVID-19 and to connect the Tweed community to Government information about the pandemic. Tweed Shire Council is not the authority on public health issues.

To report COVID-19 offences under the NSW Public Health Act please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 (24 hours). NSW Police are the regulatory authority for breaches, not Tweed Shire Council.

The NSW Government is asking anyone with symptoms, no matter how mild, to come forward for COVID-19 testing. Testing is recommended if you have fever, cough sore throat or shortness of breath and meet the current testing criteria. Find your closest COVID testing clinic.

Council services are expected to reopen in line with NSW Government advice. Visit the A-Z of Council services for the latest status of Council services or follow Council on social media.

Tweed Shire Council face-to-face customer service counters at Tweed Heads and Murwillumbah are temporarily closed. We remain open and available for customers by phone on (02) 6670 2400, email, online, webchat and social media.

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