COVID by the numbers in the Hawkesbury – Monday September 6
Here's today’s in-depth round-up of Hawkesbury COVID numbers, compiled by Kevin Pollard, who has trawled NSW Health’s latest daily numbers and put them together in an easily accessible form, allowing you to see the numbers in your suburb.
Coupled with our regular news updates when we hear about new COVID venues, this builds into a useful daily source of information for Hawkesbury residents.
There are 9 new cases in the Hawkesbury today, 3 of which have an unknown source, taking the total active cases to 147 and 78 of those are from an unknown source.
Of the 1281 new NSW cases (was 1485 yesterday) reported to 8pm last night, 68 (was 87 yesterday) are from Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (LHD), which includes the Hawkesbury:
There are 1778 active cases in Nepean Blue Mountains LHD.
Across NSW there are 2300 COVID positive people being cared for in 'hospital in the home' - which means visits from medical staff - and 580 COVID positive in out-of-hospital-care or at aged care homes.
In total – including those actually in hospital - that's 3951 COVID positive receiving a form of hospital care: or 1 in 6.4 people with COVID are receiving a level of hospital care.
And just for the record, the Centre for Disease Control in the US points out today, from late June to late-August, there was an 11-times increase in the rate of hospitalisations among children aged 0-4 with COVID while the Delta variant was widely circulating in the USA.
Here, the Doherty modelling suggests by late October hospitalisations in NSW will peak at 3434 (but says they could go as high as 3900) with as many as 947 patients in ICU.
Currently there are 1071 COVID cases (was 1030 yesterday) admitted to hospital, with 177 (175 yesterday) people in ICU, 67 (72 yesterday) of whom require ventilation.
Hawkesbury postcodes with new cases in the last 24 hours
6 in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Richmond Lowlands, Londonderry, Grose Vale, Grose Wold, Bowen Mountain, Hobartville, Yarramundi, Agnes Banks)
There are 67 active COVID cases in 2753.
2 in the 2754 postcode (North Richmond, Tennyson, the Slopes). There are 23 active COVID cases in 2754.
1 in the 2756 postcode (Windsor, Sackville, Wilberforce, Bligh Park, Clarendon, Ebenezer, Mulgrave, Pitt Town, South Windsor, Freemans Reach, McGraths Hill, Upper Colo, Central Colo, Colo Heights, Lower Portland, Glossodia). There are 48 active COVID cases in 2756.
Hawkesbury active COVID cases by postcode
67 in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Londonderry, Grose Vale, etc) - was 61 yesterday
48 in the 2756 postcode (Windsor, Sackville, Wilberforce, etc) - was 47 yesterday
23 in the 2754 postcode (North Richmond, Tennyson, The Slopes) - was 21 yesterday
8 in the 2758 postcode (Bilpin, East Kurrajong, Kurrajong, Kurrajong Heights, Kuurajong Hills, Mountain Lagoon, Wheeny Creek Mount Tomah, Berambing, Blaxlands Ridge, Devils Wilderness) - was 8 yesterday.
1 in the 2775 postcode (Wisemans Ferry, Lower Macdonald) was 1 yesterday
COVID tests, dates, and positive cases by Hawkesbury postcode:
COVID tests in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Londonderry, etc - 2753 population 17,314):
785 - Sep 06 (6 new cases)
793 - Sep 05 (6 new cases)
623 - Sep 04 (5 new cases)
591 - Sep 03
547 - Sep 02 (5 new cases)
COVID tests in the 2756 postcode (Windsor, Sackville, etc - 2756 population 33,932):
1162 - Sep 06 (1 new case)
1084 - Sep 05 (7 new cases)
902 - Sep 04 (5 new cases)
996 - Sep 03 (6 new cases)
1002 - Sep 02 (6 new cases)
Tests in the 2758 postcode (Bilpin, East Kurrajong, etc - 2758 population 8715):
228 - Sep 06
220 - Sep 05
167 - Sep 04 (1 new case)
220 - Sep 03
Tests in the 2754 postcode (North Richmond, Tennyson, The Slopes - 2754 population 5693):
212 - Sep 06 (2 new cases)
184 - Sep 05
164 - Sep 04 (7 new cases)
176 - Sep 03 (1 new case)
176 - Sep 02 (1 new case)
Big thanks to Kevin Pollard for crunching the numbers.
Our source information - link for NSW Health figures:
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