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NSW goes 11 days with no new local COVID-19 cases, but sewage testing finds traces – Sydney Morning Herald

Low testing numbers and sewage detection could also affect Queensland’s decision on the border, that state’s Premier said.



Queensland will reopen its border with NSW on November 1, provided the state goes for 28 days without recording an instance of community transmission.
Earlier on Tuesday morning, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian again criticised Queensland’s criteria for reopening to her state, stating there was no plan in place for what happened if NSW got a case after clearing the 28-day threshold.
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