NSW recorded no new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night. Three overseas-acquired cases were recorded in the same period, bringing the total number of cases in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 5,421.
There were 19,810 tests reported to 8pm last night, compared with the previous day’s total of 22,496.
NSW Health administered 15,484 COVID-19 vaccines in the 24 hours to 8pm last night, including 5,399 at the vaccination centre at Sydney Olympic Park.
The total number of vaccines administered in NSW is now 1,592,042, with 545,970 doses administered by NSW Health to 8pm last night and 1,046,072 administered by the GP network and other providers to 11:59pm on Tuesday 8 June.
NSW Health has been advised by Queensland Health that two confirmed cases of COVID-19 travelled through regional NSW while potentially infectious. The case/s drove from Melbourne to the Sunshine Coast, stopping at places in Gillenbah, Forbes, Dubbo and Moree. They signed in to several venues using QR codes.
Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed must immediately get tested and isolate until receiving further information from NSW Health:
Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed must immediately get tested and self-isolate until a negative result is received.
NSW Health is continuing to investigate the movements of these cases in regional NSW, and this list of venues and times will be updated. NSW Health has identified 343 contacts as part of its investigations to date.
Anyone who resides, works in or has visited these areas since 1 June is asked to be especially vigilant for the onset of even the mildest of cold-like symptoms and is urged to come forward for testing immediately if they appear, then isolate until a negative result is received.
To support increased testing for the communities living or working in these areas, NSW Health is providing the following pop-up testing clinics:
Hours have also been extended at the following existing clinics:
NSW Health was notified yesterday (Wednesday 9 June) that fragments of the virus that causes COVID-19 were detected in the Castle Hill sewage network (Cattai catchment). This is the second recent detection in this catchment, following the first on Sunday 6 June.
This catchment includes about 8,400 people and takes sewage from the suburbs of Glenhaven, Dural, Kenthurst, Kellyville and Castle Hill.
People who have recently recovered from COVID-19 can continue to shed virus fragments into the sewerage system for several weeks even after they are no longer infectious.
However, NSW Health is asking everyone in these areas to be especially vigilant in monitoring for symptoms, and if they appear get tested and isolate immediately until a negative result is received.
There are more than 300 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW. To find your nearest clinic, visit
COVID-19 clinics or contact your GP.
NSW Health is treating 30 COVID-19 cases, none of whom are in intensive care. Most cases (97 per cent) are being treated in non-acute, out-of-hospital care, including returned travellers in the Special Health Accommodation.
Note: Case counts reported for a particular day may vary over time due to ongoing investigations and case review.
*notified from 8pm 8 June 2021 to 8pm 9 June 2021 **from 8pm 3 June 2021 to 8pm 9 June 2021
* notified from 8pm 8 June 2021 to 8pm 9 June 2021
Note: NSW Health’s vaccination clinics generally operate Monday to Friday. Therefore, there may be limited or no vaccines administered on weekend days and public holidays due to planned closures.
Video update with Dr Jeremy McAnulty