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NSW records 13 COVID-19 cases, City Tattersalls gym cluster grows – Sydney Morning Herald

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said it was really important people got tested the day they first notice the mildest of symptoms to avoid unintentionally infecting other people by continuing to operate in the community as normal.

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Ms Berejiklian said the government’s “aspiration” was zero community transmission, but “its just not going to happen, given the size of our population”.
She said the goal was “finding a comfortable normal which will take us through the rest of the pandemic”.
“I feel we are at a place now where we can conceive a balance of people getting about their lives, going to work, increasing economic activity and yet controlling the spread of the virus, but it does require effort every single day,” Ms Be…

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