“It is the simple stuff, the common sense, just doing the right thing, the smart thing. That’s how we will get to the other side of this,” he stated.
NSW recorded simply seven new circumstances within the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday, together with a person in his 50s who was seemingly contaminated the Crossroads Resort in Casula final Friday and a Victorian man in his 20s who examined optimistic in Sutherland after driving his caravan from Melbourne to Sydney earlier than the border closure.
The opposite 5 new circumstances are returned travellers in resort quarantine, taking the NSW complete to 3474 circumstances.
NSW Well being is urging anybody who visited the Crossroads Resort on the night of July three to instantly self-isolate, come ahead for testing and monitor for signs.
Automobiles lined up on the entrance to the Crossroads Resort automobile park on Saturday morning the place a pop-up clinic has been arrange for coronavirus testing.
Well being staff in private protecting gear and wet-weather gear have been swabbing locals by means of their automobile home windows in an effort to comprise a possible cluster linked to the resort.
“We are at a critical point in the fight to contain the COVID-19,” NSW Well being stated in an announcement.
On Friday, Well being Minister Brad Hazzard urged another Victorians who had travelled to NSW from Victoria to return dwelling.
“I would ask you at this point to consider packing up your caravan, packing up your tent or what else you have, and head home to Victoria,” Mr Hazzard stated.
“Your government has put in place very strict guidelines and rules, it is not helpful to be out of that environment if you were in that environment.”
A total of 16,748 tests were carried out in the last 24-hour reporting period, down from 18,524 the previous day.
There are 76 COVID-19 patients being treated by NSW Health including one person in intensive care.
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Kate Aubusson is Health Editor of The Sydney Morning Herald.