NSW reported 12 new overseas-acquired cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Monday, amid rising overseas case numbers across the country.
There have been 51 overseas-acquired cases detected in Sydneys quarantine system over the past week.
Although the state has not recorded a locally acquired COVID-19 case this month, NSW Health warned testing numbers were very low, after just 4790 people were tested during the reporting period.
NSW Health strongly urges anyone with even the mildest of symptoms, including…
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