New South Wales have recorded another low number of coronavirus cases overnight, though there has been a slight dip in testing numbers.
Just two people have tested positive in the last 24 hours, after 4,400 tests were carried out.
That’s down on the 7,000+ tests carried out daily at the end of last week.
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“That is a good result. We do urge everybody to come forward and get tested,” Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.
“The more people that get tested, the more people that come forward, means we can control what the virus is doing in New South Wales,” the Premier said.
It comes as the federal government launches its new coronavirus app, which hopes to track contacts quicker as cases get diagnosed.
As of 6.00am today, more than 1.13 million Aussies had downloaded it.
Premier Berejiklian is urging New South Wales residents to get on board.
“I also want to encourage all New South Wales citizens to download the COVIDSafe app.
“It is a vital tool in helping our officials get information to people as soon as possible,” she said.