Sumary of NSW expected to exceed ‘124’ case high:
- That’s the number that worries Premier Gladys Berejiklian the most as those with COVID circulate in the community unwittingly infecting others.
- However, Ms Berejiklian denied contact tracers had lost control of the disease.
- “It’s not because our contact tracers don’t necessarily get to them quickly.
- Of the 124 new cases, 94 are from south western and western Sydney, while 18 are from the Sydney Local Health District.
- There were eight cases recorded in southeast Sydney, two in northern Sydney, and one case each in the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.
- Ms Berejiklian said the two main areas that people are getting and spreading the virus continued to be in workplaces and households.
- “Opposition Leader Chris Minns called for more resources for southwestern Sydney and for JobKeeper to be reinstated.
- Ms Berejiklian said the record 85,185 number of tests had resulted in higher case numbers.