Economic growth is forecast to improve to 2 ¾ percent by 2023-24. The NSW Government’s sensible approach to restrictions, world-leading testing and targeted stimulus support measures, have enabled the State to avoid the health and economic catastrophe experienced in other countries.Read more
The unemployment rate eases to pre-pandemic levels. Through January 2021, NSW has recovered over 80 percent (220,183) of aggregate jobs lost during the peak of the pandemic — and there are distinct differences in the job market.Read more
The NSW Government is continuing to deliver on its record stimulus spending to support the economic recovery, job creation and boost confidence in the short termRead more
On Monday 22 February, the rollout of the Pfizer vaccine began, with frontline workers amongst the first to receive the vaccine and the rollout for the general population commencing in mid-2021.
Hardship Grants for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 lockdown including improved access to existing small business support, including mental health support, mediation services and the Business Connect program.Read more
Building a better NSW with a record infrastructure pipeline.