The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has spiked again in New South Wales, with the state recording nine new cases.
That’s after more than 7,000 tests over the 24 hour period to 8.00pm last night.
Authorities also say that around half of the new cases are believed to be from community transmission.
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The NSW Premier is once again pleading with people to come forward for testing.
Anyone is able to come forward for testing, if they have slight symptoms or live in a known hot spot, or work closely with vulnerable people.
It comes as the national death toll rises to 93, with another death confirmed in at the Anglicare Newmarch aged care facility in Caddens.
A 74-year-old man passed away yesterday. It’s the 13th death at that facility.
New South Wales, from today, is also lifting some restrictions, with people now able to have two adults around to their house.
More to come.