Fears second coronavirus wave is on its way in New South Wales after 11 new locally-acquired cases were reported overnight and a doctors surgery cluster swells
New South Wales has recorded 11 new locally-acquired coronavirus cases, as a cluster in south Sydney linked to two infected doctors grows.
On Tuesday, just three cases were linked to the Lakemba GP cluster, but that has now grown to 12 cases.
The other two new cases are linked to a private clinic cluster, which has now infected ten people.
Another two were found in hotel quarantine.
More to follow.