NSW records one COVID-19 case in Western Sydney, 11 in overseas hotel quarantine
NSW Health has warned it was “very likely COVID-19 is continuing to circulate” after recording a positive infection in Western Sydney, after two days with no locally acquired cases.
- There are now 29 cases associated with the Berala cluster
- There were also 11 cases found in overseas travellers in hotel quarantine
- The Victorian Government has flagged easing travel restrictions with NSW
From 14,457 coronavirus tests conducted yesterday — down from 16,070 the day before — health authorities recorded positive infection in a man in Western Sydney.
“Investigations into the source of the infection are under way, but it is believed to be linked to the Berala cluster,” said NSW Health’s Chatu Yapa.
There are now 29 cases associated with the Berala cluster.
“It is very likely that…