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NSW authorities ‘anxious’ about 15 coronavirus cases from unknown sources – ABC News

A leading epidemiologist warns it could only take “one highly infectious person” to spark a major coronavirus outbreak in NSW, despite the number of new cases remaining steady.

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There have been 552 coronavirus cases in NSW since an infected patron walked into the Crossroads Hotel last month, but 15 of them have authorities “anxious”.
Key points:

  • Professor Gregory Dore said there could still be an upswing in the spread of COVID-19 in NSW
  • Premier Gladys Berejiklian is “worried” about unknown sources of the virus
  • High testing levels have helped contain the spread in NSW

The Crossroads cluster, which has been traced back to a Victorian m…

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