Seven more coronavirus cases are recorded in NSW as it’s revealed one returned traveller was allowed to travel home before testing positive
- New South Wales has recorded seven news COVID-19 cases since 8pm Monday
- One man staying in hotel quarantine tested negative on day ten of his stay
- He developed symptoms upon leaving quarantine and returning to Newcastle
New South Wales has recorded seven new COVID-19 cases since 8pm on Monday.
Six of the new cases are from returned travellers staying in hotel quarantine.
The seventh case was a man who tested negative on day ten of his hotel quarantine but showed symptoms upon his release while going home to Newcastle on Sunday.
He now remains in isolation with those who were in close contact with him.
New South Wales has recorded seven new COVID-19 cases since 8pm on Monday. (passengers are seen getting tested for COVID-19 at Sydney Airport on Monday)
NSW Health is now setting up a pop up testing clinic in Albury near the Victorian border, urging anybody with even mild symptoms to get tested.
Two probable cases in Albury are undergoing further testing and have not yet been included in the state’s cases.
The total number of cases in NSW is now 3244, 67 people are being treated by NSW Health, and one is in intensive care.
More to come.