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NSW recorded 444 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
Two new cases were acquired overseas, and five previously reported cases have been excluded following further investigation. The total number of cases in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic is 69,804.
Sadly, NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of four people – three men and one woman.
Three people were in their 70s, and one person was in their 60s. Two people were from south western Sydney and two people were from western Sydney.
Two people were not vaccinated and two people had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The two people who had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine were a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions who died at Nepean Hospital and a woman in her 70s with underlying health conditions who died at the Allity Beechwood Aged Care Facility in Revesby, where she acquired her infection. This is the seventh death linked to an outbreak at this aged care facility.
A man in his 70s from south western Sydney died at home. He tested positive to COVID-19 following his death. He was not vaccinated and had underlying health conditions.
NSW Health extends its sincere condolences to their loved ones.
There have been 448 COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since 16 June 2021 and 504 in total since the start of the pandemic.
There have been 64,125 locally acquired cases reported since 16 June 2021, when the first case in this outbreak was reported.
There are currently 716 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, with 150 people in intensive care, 76 of whom require ventilation.
There were 105,508 COVID-19 tests reported to 8pm last night, compared with the previous day’s total of 88,988.
NSW Health administered 20,677 COVID-19 vaccines in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
90.8 percent of people aged 16 and over in NSW have had their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 75.2 percent are fully vaccinated as of Monday, October 11, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.
69.7% of 12-15-year-olds have had their first dosage, and 20.3 percent are fully vaccinated.
The total number of vaccines administered in NSW is currently 11,178,722, with NSW Health administering 3,817,327 doses to 8 p.m. last night and the GP network, pharmacies, and other providers administering 7,361,395 doses.
Last night, NSW Health received notification that Qantas flight QA509, which flew from Brisbane to Sydney on Saturday, October 9th, was linked to a confirmed case of COVID-19.
Anyone who was on the QA509 flight that left Brisbane at 7.10 a.m. and arrived in Sydney at 9.45 a.m. is a close contact who must be tested and isolated, whatever of the outcome.
For those who have been completely vaccinated at least two weeks previous to their exposure to the virus, NSW Health has reduced the isolation duration for close contacts of a COVID-19 case from 14 days to seven days.
Close contacts who were fully vaccinated and identified as such before Monday 11 October may stop their isolation at the end of the previously prescribed period or at 11:59 p.m. on Monday 18 October, whichever comes first. This is assuming they receive a negative test result on day six or later and are free of COVID-19 symptoms.
Close contacts who have not been vaccinated, have been partially vaccinated, or have had their second vaccine within 14 days of their exposure must remain isolated for the entire 14-day period, regardless of their test results. On day 12, all close contacts must be examined again.
In sewage samples taken from around NSW, including West Wyalong and Uralla in the Hunter New England, Brewarrina in the north west, and Wauchope on the mid north coast, pieces of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been discovered.
Everyone in these locations is being urged to keep an eye out for the onset of symptoms and, if they do, to get tested and isolated as soon as possible until a negative result is returned.
Whether or whether the venue or exposure setting is indicated on the NSW Health website, if you are directed to get tested for COVID 19 or self-isolate at any time, you must follow the requirements.