Sydney Cases of COVID-19 Rise Again

New South Wales (NSW) has reported 124 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, the highest daily number since the outbreak began in Sydney in mid-June. At least 70 of those people were in the community for all or part of their infectious period. Premier Gladys Berejiklian warned cases numbers would rise again. “There’s no doubt, again, that we anticipate case numbers will continue to go up before they start coming down, and we need to brace ourselves for that,” she said on Thursday. The spike in cases was recorded in the 24 hours to 8 p.m. on Wednesday and was up from 110 the previous day. The previous high was 112 cases announced on July 12. Of the 124 cases, 37 were in isolation throughout their infectious period, 22 were in isolation for part of their infectious period, and 48 cases were infectious in the community. The isolation status of …

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