ANOTHER 110 cases of covid have been confirmed in New South Wales overnight bringing the total number of cases for this outbreak to 1,528 people.
There are 106 in hospital with the disease, 23 in intensive care and now 11 people being ventilated.
Of the 110 new cases, 43 people remained in the community while they were infectious.
The local government areas of Orange, Cabonne and Blayney are in lock down and Deputy Premier, John Barilaro urged everyone in regional areas to come forward for testing if they are unwell.
“Please, please, please go and get tested,” said John Barilaro.
The government has continued to encourage residents to get vaccinated, with the Minister for Health, Brad Hazzard, recognising the government is having difficulties rolling out vaccines.
“We can’t get enough Pfizer,” said Brad Hazzard.
Premier Berejiklian said while there are age recommendations for the Astra Zeneca vaccine, young people are still able to go to their general practitioner and weigh their risks for having the vaccine.