Covid: Case identified in Singleton

Filed in Just In by September 10, 2021

ONE of the new cases identified in in the past 24 hours is in Singleton, no venues of concern have been issued as yet.

There were 5,900 people transported by NSW Ambulance across the state, doubling the patient load in less than two weeks.

Health authorities are expecting a peak in cases in the next week or two, with hospital and ICU admissions expected to peak in October.

From Monday members of one household, in LGAs of concern, will be able to exercise and recreate outdoors for two hours, within a 5 kilometre radius of their home or within their LGA.

In the past 24 hours:

  • 1542 new cases of covid
  • 1156 people in hospital with covid
  • 207 people are in ICU
  • 89 people are ventilated
  • 9 people have died:
    • a man in his 60s
    • a man in his 70s
    • a woman in her 40s
    • a man in his 70s
    • a woman in her 50s
    • a man in his 60s
    • a woman in her 80s
    • a man in his 30s and
    • a man in his 50s

All of the people who passed away had underlying health conditions, three were fully vaccinated, 3 had received one dose of the vaccine and 3 were unvaccinated.

Sewerage has tested positive in towns without known cases including Glen Innes, Tamworth and Lightening Ridge. People in those areas are encouraged to come forward for testing.

New cases reported in regional NSW:

  • 28 Wollongong
  • 26 Central Coast
  • 18 Dubbo
  • 8 Shellharbour
  • 8 Port Stephens
  • 6 Mid Western
  • 4 Lake Macquarie
  • 3 Bourke
  • 2 Merimbula
  • 2 Shoalhaven
  • 1 Blaney
  • 1 Singleton
  • 1 Batemans Bay

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