There have been four new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in New South Wales up to 8pm on Tuesday - but zero community transmission.
There have been four new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in New South Wales up to 8pm on Tuesday - but zero community transmission.

4 new COVID cases in NSW

There have been four new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in New South Wales up to 8pm on Tuesday, but zero community transmission.

Wednesday marks the fifth day in a row of no community transmission in the state - though Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned this number will not last forever.

There were 13,575 tests reported over the 24-hour period, compared with just 6,381 in the previous 24 hours.


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