The death toll from COVID-19 in New South Wales has risen to 55.
A man in his 70s died in Royal North Shore Hospital on Saturday.
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New South Wales recorded just two new cases overnight.
One is a returned overseas traveller in hotel quarantine.
The other is a Sydney taxi driver who has sparked a major public health alert, amid fears he could have become a super spreader.
The man picked up passengers over several days while infected, and also visited a number of clubs in Sydney’s south west and on the New South Wales south coast.
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Premier Berejiklian has urged people to continue to come forward for testing.