New South Wales has had another record day of Covid-19 case number overnight, with 1,035 new local cases in the last 24 hours.
Almost 130,000 people came forward for testing overnight, while two further deaths were also recorded.
A woman in her 70s from the Blue Mountains. She had received both doses of the vaccine but also suffered from serious underlying disases.
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A woman in her 80s from West Sydney also passed away and she was unvaccinated.
There have now been 89 coronavirus deaths from this outbreak and 129 deaths from the pandemic in total.
There are now 778 people receiving treatment in hospitals. 125 of those are in intensive care and 52 require ventilation.
Of those in intensive care, 110 people are not vaccinated, 14 have only received one dose, and just 1 person is fully vaccinated.
Despite the big numbers overnight, the government has announced that a key restriction will ease this Friday.
Weddings will be allowed to resume for those wanting to get married.
However, they will only be allowed to have five guests in attendance, in addition to the people required for the service.
More to come.