New South Wales enjoys its SEVENTH day of zero coronavirus community infections – as state’s success means Queensland will finally let millions in
New South Wales has recorded its seventh day of no new community transmissions of coronavirus, with all four new cases being returned travellers in hotel quarantine.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian was delighted with the findings, before urging residents to remain diligent heading into the long weekend.
‘We can’t afford to be complacent because we know how contagious the virus is and we know because of the school holidays and because of the easing of restrictions on the Victorian border, there is more mobility and activity in our state than has occurred for at least the last six months,’ the Premier said in Newcastle on Friday morning.
‘Whilst it is a pleasing result, I would be the last one to be complacent. There is no doubt that NSW is well placed at the moment.’
More to follow.