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Covid NSW: State records 177 new local coronavirus cases as travel restrictions set to ease



NSW has recorded 177 new local coronavirus infections, a day before state residents will be allowed a number of new travel freedoms.

NSW has recorded 177 new local Covid-19 infections a day before state residents will be allowed to travel internationally.

Health authorities said there was one new death caused by the virus, while 78 cases were being treated in intensive care units.

From Monday, fully vaccinated Australians returning to NSW from overseas will not need to quarantine and those wanting to head overseas will not need an exemption to do so.

From that day, Sydney residents will also be able to travel to regional NSW.

NSW virus numbers have remained relatively low for the past few weeks, compared with the months of August and September when there were more than 28 days with over a 1000 daily community cases.

Restrictions for the fully vaccinated have been significantly eased in the state, with further travel restrictions set to loosen on Monday.

More to come.




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