NSW records four new cases, two from unknown sources

New South Wales has recorded another four positive coronavirus cases overnight, after another high number of testing.

9,400 cases were carried out in the 24 hour period to 8.00pm last night.

There were no new deaths in the state yesterday, leaving the state total at 46.


A total of 3,047 have been diagnosed across the state, though it’s understood 2,486 of those are recovered.

Currently, 119 people are being treated by NSW Health, with 10 of those in intensive care and eight of them on ventilators.

Of the new cases, one of them is a staff member from the troubled Anglicare Newmarch aged care facility.

Though NSW Health has confirmed that the staff member didn’t work while infectious.

Another of the new cases was a close contact of a confirmed case. While the other two cases are still under investigation.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian is now preparing for today’s National Cabinet meeting, which is expected to decide exactly when certain restrictions can be lifted around the country.

Related article: National Cabinet to decide on relaxing coronavirus restrictions today

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