New South Wales has recorded two new local cases of COVID-19 overnight on top of two other cases that were announced yesterday.
It takes the cluster in Sydney to 11.
Both of the overnight cases are close contacts of previous cases and were already in isolation.
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Health officials will provide more details at a media conference this afternoon.
Testing numbers were lower than what authorities had hoped for with 25,252 swabs taken in the 24 hours until 8pm.
It comes as mandatory mask-wearing is expanded to more areas of Sydney.
More to come.