COVID by the numbers in the Hawkesbury – Tuesday - biggest rise in Windsor postcode today
Welcome to Tuesday evening and the latest in-depth Hawkesbury numbers and COVID local news – the numbers are up to 8pm on Monday night.
This is the most up-to-date round-up of Hawkesbury COVID numbers you can get, compiled by numbers guru Kevin Pollard using NSW Health datasets.
Our thanks once again to Kevin for putting the numbers together in this easily accessible format.
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.
* This morning we thought there had only been 6 new Hawkesbury cases, but after deep diving into the numbers, Kevin has found 13, all of which are from an unknown source and not linked. We’ll break those down into suburbs below, but Windsor postcode is where most of them are.
* There are 145 active COVID cases in the Hawkesbury LGA, was 146 the day before
* Of the 1127 new NSW cases (was 1257 yesterday) reported to 8pm Monday, September 13 - 58 (was 78 yesterday) are from Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (LHD), which includes the Hawkesbury.
* There are 837 active cases (was 877 yesterday) in the Nepean Blue Mountains LHD
* As per NSW Health's new definition, active COVID cases now last for 10 days (10 days after they test positive). NSW Health are basing it on COVID symptoms usually being 3-4 days before someone tests positive, so 4 days plus 10 days is 14 days. It used to be 30 days. This is a significant change, which has effectively seen active cases halve.
* If you were wondering why there were some gaps in supermarket shelves, it’s due to this - there have been more than 150 COVID cases among food logistics (Woolies, Coles, Aldi) and distribution employees during NSW’s Delta outbreak, affecting 98 facilities and slowing down sorting and deliveries.
* Latest data from the national childcare authority shows more than 100 childcare and early learning centres are being shut in NSW each week due to virus exposures.
* Back to school? More than 1.2 million children have tested positive in the US since they returned to classrooms in late July. More than 243,000 American children tested positive for COVID in the last week, the second-highest week ever for pediatric cases in the US. In this week, children accounted for 28.9% of the cases in the US. Across the US, 2200 children are in hospital with COVID.
Hawkesbury vaccination rate (as of 8pm, Sept 13)
78.9% first dose, 45.2% two doses - Kurmond 2757 is the highest with 90%-plus first dose, 60-69% two doses.
The only two postcodes in Greater Sydney at 90%-plus first dose and 90%-plus two doses are 2762 (Schofield) and 2174 (Edmondson Park).
Hawkesbury postcodes with new cases in the last 24 hours
9 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 61 active COVID cases in 2756.
2 in the 2758 postcode (Bilpin, East Kurrajong, Kurrajong, Kurrajong Heights, Kurajong Hills, Mountain Lagoon, Wheeny Creek Mount Tomah, Berambing, Blaxlands Ridge, Devils Wilderness).
There are 11 active COVID cases in 2758.
2 in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Richmond Lowlands, Londonderry, Grose Vale, Grose Wold, Bowen Mountain, Hobartville, Yarramundi, Agnes Banks).
There are 54 active COVID cases in 2753.
Hawkesbury active COVID cases by postcode
61 in the 2756 postcode (Windsor, Sackville, Wilberforce, etc) - was 56 the day before
54 in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Londonderry, Grose Vale, etc) - was 61 the day before
19 in the 2754 postcode (North Richmond, Tennyson, The Slopes) - was 20 the day before
11 in the 2758 postcode (Bilpin, East Kurrajong, etc) - was 9 the day before
1 in the 2775 postcode (Wiseman's Ferry, Lower Macdonald) - was 1 the day before
Hawkesbury postcodes - dates, tests, new cases
Tests in the 2753 postcode (Richmond, Londonderry, etc - 2753 population 17,314):
555 - Sep 14 (2 new cases)
794 - Sep 13 (7 new cases)
551 - Sep 12 (3 new cases)
870 - Sep 11 (6 new cases)
670 - Sep 10 (5 new cases)
882 - Sep 09 (7 new cases)
714 - Sep 08 (2 new cases)
432 - Sep 07 (10 new cases)
785 - Sep 06 (6 new cases)
793 - Sep 05 (6 new cases)
Tests in the 2756 postcode (Windsor, Sackville, etc - 2756 population 33,932):
770 - Sep 14 (9 new cases)
1123 - Sep 13 (9 new cases)
805 - Sep 12 (8 new cases)
959 - Sep 11 (5 new cases)
963 - Sep 10 (10 new cases)
1191 - Sep 09 (3 new cases)
927 - Sep 08 (4 new cases)
740 - Sep 07 (1 new case)
1162 - Sep 06 (1 new case)
1084 - Sep 05 (7 new cases)
902 - Sep 04 (5 new cases)
Tests in the 2758 postcode (Bilpin, East Kurrajong, etc - 2758 population 8715):
157 - Sep 14 (2 new cases)
228 - Sep 13
186 - Sep 12
154 - Sep 11 (1 new case)
156 - Sep 10 (5 new cases)
248 - Sep 09 (1 new case)
170 - Sep 08 (2 new cases)
Tests in the 2754 postcode (North Richmond, Tennyson, The Slopes - 2754 population 5693):
131 - Sep 14
215 - Sep 13
118 - Sep 12 (2 new cases)
182 - Sep 11 (2 new cases)
172 - Sep 10 (1 new case)
250 - Sep 09 (5 new cases)
Tests in the 2775 postcode (Wisemans Ferry, Macdonald Valley - 2775 population 1549):
12 - Sep 14
28 - Sep 13
15 - Sep 12
COVID deaths and hospital numbers – last 24 hours
A woman in her 80s from western Sydney died at Ryde Hospital.
A man in his 50s from western Sydney died at Concord Hospital. He did not have any underlying health issues and had receieved his first vaccine dose three days before testing positive.
There have been 187 COVID related deaths in NSW since this Delta outbreak started on June 16.
There are 1253 COVID patients in hospital (was 1189 yesterday), with 231 (222 yesterday) people in ICU, and 104 of those (94 yesterday) on ventilators.
There were 114,084 COVID tests reported to 8pm last night, compared with the previous day’s total of 137,668.
There have been 39,954 locally acquired cases reported since June 16, when the first case in this outbreak was reported.
Big thanks to Kevin Pollard for crunching the numbers.
Our source information - link to NSW Health figures:
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