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NSW records four new COVID-19 cases – Crookwell Gazette

Health authorities are striving for zero community transmission of COVID-19 across NSW in the lead up to the school holidays with just one locally acquired ca…..

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Health authorities are striving for zero community transmission of COVID-19 across NSW in the lead up to the school holidays with just one locally acquired case recorded in the latest reporting period.
There were four new COVID-19 cases reported from 7765 tests in the 24 hours to 8pm on Sunday including three returned travellers in hotel quarantine.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says a dip in the testing numbers is a concern.
“Complacency is our biggest concern and we just want people to mak…

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