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They were startled by a deer, ran into the national forest, national park, and got lost," Fuller said. Fuller shared the story as part of a larger status update regarding New South Wales' lockdowns. The restrictions were ordered amid a small outbreak of coronavirus cases traced to Sydney's Bondi neighborhood in which patients were confirmed to have the Delta variant, first identified in India.
Stay-at-home orders are now in effect for all of Greater Sydney -- the country's biggest city -- as well as the South Coast and Blue Mountains, both popular recreation spots. Asked for additional details on the two men, Fuller said: "As the health minister said yesterday, it's difficult to legislate against idiots. But clearly putting people at risk by leaving home without a proper reason, and I think then not only on top of that, but then getting lost in the national park and diverting important resources away from the health operation, I think they should be embarrassed.
The commissioner said police had issued 44 fines related to the lockdowns over the June weekend, although most were for much less found nudes violations, like lack of mask wearing. The stay-at-home orders are in effect until at least July 9.
If the two sunbathers are too embarrassed to ever show their faces or any other body parts outside again, they can find some solace in other stories of people being fined for violating coronavirus protocols. CNN's Angus Watson contributed reporting. A year of the world's Best Beaches There's a perfect beach for every week of the year.
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