COVID UPDATE – WEDNESDAY – NO REPORTED CASES IN HAWKESBURY – 22 NEW CASES IN NSW
“To date our fears about huge escalation haven’t materialised and we certainly want to keep it that way,” says Premier Gladys Berejiklian this morning.
“One other pleasing thing I do want to report on is half of those 22 cases were already completely in isolation, so 11 of those cases were in isolation.
“Five of them were in isolation for part of the time they were infectious, but six of those were still infectious in the community for a number of days.
“The important thing is to follow health advice,” says the Premier, which includes advice to go and get the vaccine jab.
“In New South Wales if you’re over 60, get the AstraZeneca vaccine. If you are under 40, we welcome you to get the Pfizer vaccine which is mainly delivered through the NSW hubs but we are looking forward to more GPs having access to the Pfizer vaccine as well,” she said.
So, not too much to report for the Hawkesbury today, aside from keep following the restrictions, go and get vaccinated, and hopefully we’ll be out of this lockdown in just over a week’s time.
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