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Australia NSW records 12 new coronavirus cases

03:47  27 october  2020
03:47  27 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

New South Wales reports more COVID-19 cases than Victoria

  New South Wales reports more COVID-19 cases than Victoria Three of the locally acquired cases are from one family and an educator who attended the Greater Beginnings Childcare Centre in Oran Park. The four cases are linked to a close contact of a previous contact.A fifth positive case is a student who goes to Oran Park High School, as staff and students are plunged into to isolate. This student is a close contact of a known confirmed case linked to the Liverpool Private Clinic cluster.Contact tracing is continuing with the school undergoing a deep clean over the weekend.

The state recorded 12 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours. NSW Health said a man in his 20s from Sydney visited a number of sites across the Of the 12 new cases , one attended the Apollo Restaurant in Potts Point, one attended the Mounties club in Mount Pritchard and eight are household

NSW records eight new cases of coronavirus with three mystery cases still under investigation - as Gladys Berejiklian says cases of community transmission are likely to rise.

New South Wales has recorded 12 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, with 10 in hotel quarantine.

The two local cases are household contacts of people linked to the Oran Park cluster and have been in isolation, NSW Health said.

There are now 25 cases linked to this cluster.

https://twitter.com/NSWHealth/status/1320877806356578304

There were 6438 tests in the last day, taking the state's total number to more than three million during the pandemic.


Video: NSW health minister flags critical quarantine and testing combo for combating COVID-19 (Sky News Australia)

"I want to thank everyone in NSW who has come forward to be tested – three million COVID-19 tests is an incredible result," NSW Premier Berejiklian said.

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  'We won't break the law': Burnham would accept Tier 3 if imposed on Greater Manchester Andy Burnham says he will keep to the law and "accept" Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions for Greater Manchester if the government imposes them. The region's mayor told Sky News it was ministers' "prerogative" to announce the measures, if negotiations over the next few hours end in stalemate.He and other local leaders have been given until midday today to reach an agreement on moving three million people into England's highest band of coronavirus controls.

NSW residents are being encouraged to wear masks as the state records 12 new coronavirus cases overnight, including a worker at a Merrylands childcare centre. Health authorities say wearing a mask in NSW is a “fourth line of defence” as the state records a dozen new cases of COVID-19 overnight

Four are in hotel quarantine, three local cases were announced yesterday and there are five new infections in the community. СЛЕДУЮЩЕЕ. ВОСПРОИЗВОДИТСЯ: other. NSW records 12 coronavirus cases overnight. ABC NEWS.

"As we ease restrictions, it is critical that we maintain our high rates of testing which has been central to our success in limiting the spread of the virus and keeping NSW open."

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'Critical stage' with 96,000 a day getting COVID as tougher action needed, experts say .
The COVID-19 epidemic has reached a "critical stage" with almost 100,000 people a day in England being infected as the spread of the coronavirus rapidly increases, scientists have warned. Researchers from Imperial College London say existing measures to control the virus aren't working.And they argue more stringent action is needed nationwide "sooner rather than later".The latest round of testing for the widely-respected REACT-1 study suggests one in 78 people across England has the virus. And the epidemic is doubling in size every nine days.

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