NSW records six new local Covid cases, including healthcare worker at Sydney hospital
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New South Wales recorded six new cases of locally acquired Covid-19 on Sunday, including a healthcare worker in the radiology and cardiology ward of a western Sydney hospital.
Testing numbers in the state have also dropped, and the chief health officer, Dr Kerry Chant, has called on more people to get tested, especially in the suburbs of Bankstown, Lidcombe, Auburn, Berala and Wentworthville.