New South Wales has recorded one new death from coronavirus overnight, bringing the state death toll to 48 and the national death toll to 99.
Health authorities confirmed a man in his 60s passed away in hospital yesterday, and did have underlying health conditions.
Meantime, the state has recorded just one new case of coronavirus overnight, with over 6,000 tests carried out.
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It comes after the state relaxed restrictions, with cafes, restaurants and pubs able to welcome back up to ten diners at a time.
The state government is also working on a COVID safe transport network as kids return to school, and workers return to work, but Premier Gladys Berejiklian says everyone will need to make some adjustments as well.