There have been no new locally transmitted cases of COVID-19 in recorded in NSW in the last day, with the state also administering a record number of vaccines.
There have been no new locally transmitted cases of COVID-19 recorded in NSW in the last day, with the state also administering a record number of vaccines.
More than 10,600 people were given the jab yesterday – over 4000 administered at the recently opened vaccine hub at Sydney Olympic park – marking a new record for vaccinations given in one day.
The total number of people having received a jab in NSW now stands at almost 900,000.
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NSW Health has reminded the public that the following identification of a COVID-19 case in Melbourne on Tuesday, anybody arriving in NSW from the Greater Melbourne area will need to complete a declaration form confirming they have not attended a venue of concern.
Those who have arrived from Greater Melbourne since Thursday May 6 must check the Victoria Department of Health and Human Services website regularly and follow public health advice.
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Despite exhaustive enquiries, NSW Health has yet to identify the missing link who is responsible for infecting a Sydney man and his partner last week.
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/nsw-records-another-day-of-zero-local-coronavirus-cases/70f782cf-5f7a-4ab3-ae43-f1dd807936a3