NSW to review COVID-19 hotspot boundaries across Sydney suburbs

Original article by Lucy CormackMary Ward
The Sydney Morning Herald – Page: Online : 15-Sep-21

New South Wales has recorded 1,127 new locally-acquired COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, as well as two additional deaths from the current outbreak. Meanwhile, the state government is under growing pressure to review its hotspot boundaries and ease the lockdown restrictions for Sydney suburbs that have low case numbers and high vaccination rates. Deputy Chief Health Officer Jeremy McAnulty says the state’s hotspots are assessed on a daily basis. The proportion of NSW residents aged 16+ who have received at least one vaccine dose is expected to reach 80 per cent on 15 September.

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