NSW recorded 250 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Saturday, but the percentage of its eligible residents being double jabbed continues to grow.
NSW has recorded 250 new locally acquired cases of Covid-19 and no deaths on Saturday as the state’s vaccination figures continue to rise.
There were also five new infection in overseas travellers and one in an interstate arrival.
Currently, 228 people are in hospital with the virus as 32 of those are in intensive care.
More than 58,000 tests were conducted in the past 24 hours.
NSW is among the most highly-vaccinated regions in the world as there are now 90.8 per cent of its residents aged 16 and older that are fully vaccinated.
There is also 94.1 per cent of the eligible population that’s had at least one dose.
More to come.