New South Wales records NO new coronavirus cases yet again – as pressure mounts on paranoid premiers to open the borders or risk losing millions
New South Wales has reported zero locally acquired coronavirus cases on Tuesday for the second day in a row.
There were two cases reported in hotel quarantine in the previous 24 hours.
NSW Health is treating 101 active Covid-19 cases in the state.
New South Wales reported zero new local coronavirus cases discovered in the 24 hours leading into Tuesday (pictured: shoppers in face masks in Sydney)
Authorities also reveled there were 10,621 tests conducted in the previous 24 hours – up by nearly 2,000 from Monday.
Dr Jeremy McAnulty from NSW Health said while the test numbers were higher they remain below where they should be.
More to follow.