Coronavirus Australia Updates: Four new COVID-19 cases in NSW as ‘removal of border’ talks continue

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Coronavirus Australia Updates: Four new COVID-19 cases in NSW as 'removal of border' talks continue
Coronavirus Australia Updates: Four new COVID-19 cases in NSW as 'removal of border' talks continue

The required 28 days of zero community virus transmission Queensland insists NSW must achieve before reopening the border may be reset as health authorities scramble to trace the source of infection in a Sydney man.

NSW recorded four new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the total number of cases in the state to 4028.

Three of the new cases are returning overseas travellers in hotel quarantine and the fourth is a locally-acquired case – a man in his 50s from south-west Sydney, whose positive COVID-19 result was reported on Thursday.

– Victorian COVID exposure sites

The Health Department has updated its list of COVID-19 exposure sites in Victoria.

Anyone who was on the 907 bus route to/from Mitcham on September 19 between 3-3.30pm or on 23 September between 12-2.30pm should check for symptoms.

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