Tweed COVID case among four new infections in northern NSW

Northern NSW has recorded four new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, including one in the Tweed.

The infections are among 372 new local cases recorded across the whole state today.

Of the northern NSW cases, three are in the Clarence Valley Local Government Area.


One is in the Lower Clarence area and is a household contact of a previously reported case.

While two are in the Grafton area, with one linked to a previously reported case and the other still under investigation.

According to northern NSW Local Health, the fourth case is in the Tweed, but the infection is believed to have been acquired elsewhere in NSW.

Fortunately, the case is not believed to have been infectious in the community.

For a full list of COVID-19 exposure sites linked to the state’s latest cases, click here.