Good news comes as Dubbo city has completed yet another 24 hours with no new COVID-19 cases, having now gone two days in a row with zero cases.
The Western NSW Local Health District has reported 14 new cases in the 24 hours to 8pm Tuesday, two of which are located in Wellington, eight in Walgett, one in Bathurst, one in Orange and two in Collarenebri.
Of the eight Walgett cases, five were known to have been infectious in the community as well as both Wellington cases and both of the Collarenebri cases.
Hospitalisations across the region are now down to nine with one in the intensive care unit.
Also in the 24 hours to 8pm Tuesday, 28 patients were released from the Care in the Community Program, leaving 222 active COVID-19 cases in the Western NSW Local Health District.
There has also been a COVID-19 positive sewerage detection in Brewarrina where there are no known cases.
Brewarrina residents to be vigilant for the onset of COVID-19 symptoms and to get tested and isolate if they appear.
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