With just days to go before NSW residents are able to set off overseas again, the state has recorded 236 new Covid-19 cases.
NSW has recorded 236 new Covid-19 cases and three deaths, with just days to go before international travel resumes for the state’s residents.
From Monday, fully vaccinated Australians returning from overseas will not need to quarantine, and those wanting to head overseas will not need an exemption to do so.
As of Saturday, 93.5 per cent of eligible NSW residents have had one dose of a Covid-vaccine, while 87 per cent are fully vaccinated.
There are 343 people currently in hospital, of which 81 are in intensive care.
It comes as a trendy Bondi pub emerged as the source of a new cluster, to which 10 cases have so far been linked.
NSW Health are urging anyone who visited the Tea Garden Hotel on October 23 from 7.30pm to closing time to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.
Further information will be released later on Saturday.
More to come.