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NSW records 14 days with zero COVID-19 cases detected in the community – Sydney Morning Herald

NSW has reported no locally acquired cases of COVID-19 for the 14th consecutive day, marking one infection cycle with zero local transmission detected.



With restrictions on gatherings having eased across Greater Sydney, it is even more important that people keep up their guard and remain on the lookout for any signs or symptoms which could indicate COVID-19, the ministry said in a statement.
While NSW has now seen 14 days without a known locally acquired case of COVID-19, the virus may still be circulating in the community among people with mild or no symptoms. We have previously seen successive days of no local cases, only to see cases re-emerge,…

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