NSW Covid-19 replace: 1,022 circumstances, 10 deaths as Tweed, Byron Bay and Kempsey go into lockdown – video | Australia information



The state has recorded 1,022 local Covid-19 cases while 10 people died overnight. NSW health minister Brad Hazzard also confirmed that the Tweed, Byron Bay and Kempsey local government areas will go into lockdown for seven days after cases were found in those areas. In other news, NSW will now allow young people to form bubbles with some friends. ‘A limited number of young people will be able to come to one of their friend’s houses and to be able to stay there and do what young people want to do,’ Hazzard said 

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