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Australia New South Wales enjoys an EIGHTH day of zero coronavirus cases

10:30  03 october  2020
10:30  03 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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New South Wales has reported just one new coronavirus case on Saturday, a returned traveller in hotel quarantine. This marks the state's eighth day of Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has promised to reopen the border as long as NSW goes 28 days without any 'unlinked' cases of

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.


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New South Wales has reported just one new coronavirus case on Saturday, a returned traveller in hotel quarantine.

This marks the state's eighth day of zero new cases acquired within the community.

The promising figures are bolstering hopes Queensland will open its border to New South Wales within weeks.

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The state announced it had recorded just two new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday but both are in hotel quarantine.

New South Wales must record no 'unlinked' locally acquired COVID-19 cases . New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned the state border with Queensland may not reopen on the promised date of NSW is currently on its seventh consecutive day of zero community transmissions.

a man standing in front of a car: New South Wales (coronavirus testing pictured) recorded just one coronavirus case in hotel quarantine on Saturday. It marks the state's eighth day of no community transmission © Provided by Daily Mail New South Wales (coronavirus testing pictured) recorded just one coronavirus case in hotel quarantine on Saturday. It marks the state's eighth day of no community transmission Annastacia Palaszczuk smiling for the camera: Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she would relax her border restrictions next month if NSW continued to record zero 'unlinked' cases of community transmission © Provided by Daily Mail Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she would relax her border restrictions next month if NSW continued to record zero 'unlinked' cases of community transmission

At least 10,334 coronavirus tests were performed in the last 24 hours.

NSW Health are currently treating 51 people for COVID-19 with two in intensive care.

The state has recorded a total of 4,043 coronavirus cases and 55 deaths.

Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has promised to reopen the border as long as NSW goes 28 days without any 'unlinked' cases of community transmission of COVID-19.

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The planned border reopening would take place on November 1.

Thousands of holidaymakers would be allowed to freely travel into the state ahead of Christmas in a massive boost to the local tourism industry.

But if there is just one 'unlinked' community transmission case recorded in NSW the border reopening could be pushed back.

a car driving on a highway: The NSW border with Queensland (pictured) is set to open on November 1 if the state records 28 days without any 'unlinked' community transmission © Provided by Daily Mail The NSW border with Queensland (pictured) is set to open on November 1 if the state records 28 days without any 'unlinked' community transmission a close up of Gladys Berejiklian wearing a purple shirt: New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured above) has openly criticised the 28-day policy as a 'pretty tall order' © Provided by Daily Mail New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured above) has openly criticised the 28-day policy as a 'pretty tall order'

New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian said she was disappointed when she learned the border policy was based on community transmission.

'After having a second of excitement, because somebody had told me at the press conference that the border was coming down on the first of November...

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'It was then brought to my attention that it's pretty much just a reiteration of the 28-day-free period of community transmission. Their definition hasn’t changed,' Ms Berejiklian said on Friday.

Ms Berejiklian has openly criticised the 28-day policy as a 'pretty tall order'.

Communication between Ms Berejiklian and Ms Palaszczuk has deteriorated as the two premiers war over the closure of the state border.

Ms Berejiklian has constantly insisted Queensland lift its border closure while Ms Palaszczuk has remained firm on her policy to keep it shut.

In September, Ms Berejiklian said the pair had completely lost communication with each other and only spoke about the border issue at National Cabinet.

a group of people sitting at a crowded beach with palm trees: Thousands of holidaymakers would be allowed to freely travel into the state ahead of Christmas in a massive boost to the local tourism industry (Brisbane pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail Thousands of holidaymakers would be allowed to freely travel into the state ahead of Christmas in a massive boost to the local tourism industry (Brisbane pictured) Read more

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