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COVID cases in NSW all in hotel quarantine again as testing plea issued to Sydney suburbs

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NSW has gone five consecutive days without a single locally-acquired case of COVID-19 being diagnosed.

NSW Health said there were five coronavirus cases diagnosed in returned travellers in hotel quarantine in the 23,236 tests undertaken in the 24-hours to 8pm on Wednesday.

Deputy Chief Officer Jeremy McAnulty said on Thursday 71 patients were being treated in NSW and none of them were in intensive care.

Fragments of the virus had been detected at sewage pumping stations serving nearly 25,000…



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