NSW has recorded six new native COVID-19 instances on Tuesday, three linked to the Avalon cluster and three extra reported after 8pm on Monday, together with a thriller one from Wollongong.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian mentioned the three in a single day instances, together with one from Wollongong, have been unlinked to the northern seashores at this stage. Chief Well being Officer Kerry Chant mentioned the opposite two instances have been from Sydney’s northern area and the inside west.
“The risk in Better Sydney is nearly changing into as equal to [southern] elements of the northern seashores and that is the place we’ll be adjusting probably a few of our restrictions,” Ms Berejiklian mentioned.
“Till these hyperlinks are established, all of us in higher Sydney should be on excessive alert.”