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Three new coronavirus cases recorded in Singleton

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The Upper Hunter regions has recorded three new COVID-19 cases in Singleton overnight.

It follows as the Hunter New England Health District identified 61 new cases. 

The newly confirmed take the overall total in the current outbreak to 2,491 - with 693 currently active.

21 of the total active cases are currently being cared for in hospital and four are currently in ICU.

33 are linked, 18 are unlinked, and 10 are still under investigation.

29 were infectious in the community and 22 were isolating while infectious.

Meanwhile, New South Wales recorded 345 locally acquired cases in the past 24-hours.

A breakdown of today's COVID-19 figures:

17 are from Newcastle LGA

- 3 from Mayfield

- 2 from Wallsend

- 1 from Adamstown

- 1 from Carrington

- 1 from Fletcher

- 1 from Hamilton South

- 1 from Maryland

- 1 from Mayfield West

- 1 from Merewether

- 1 from New Lambton

- 1 from North Lambton

- 1 from Tarro

- 1 from Tighes Hill

- 1 from Waratah West

10 are from Lake Macquarie LGA

- 2 from Belmont North

- 1 from Belmont

- 1 from Bolton Point

- 1 from Cardiff

- 1 from Cardiff Heights

- 1 from Gateshead

- 1 from Macquarie Hills

- 1 from Whitebridge

- 1 from Windale

9 are from MidCoast LGA

- 5 from Harrington

- 4 from Taree

7 are from Cessnock LGA

- 2 from Cessnock

- 1 from Abermain

- 1 from Cliftleigh

- 1 from Ellalong

- 1 from Kearsley

- 1 from Kurri Kurri

6 are from Maitland LGA

- 2 from Gillieston Heights

- 1 from East Maitland

- 1 from Rutherford

- 1 from Telarah

- 1 from Thornton

4 are from Port Stephens LGA

- 2 from Raymond Terrace

- 1 from Brandy Hill

- 1 from Medowie

4 are from Tamworth Regional LGA

- 2 from Tamworth

- 1 from East Tamworth

- 1 from Oxley Vale

3 are from Singleton LGA

- 2 from Singleton Heights

- 1 from Singleton

1 is from Dungog LGA

- 1 from Vacy

For further information visit the Hunter New England Health website. 

Image: Grant Broadcasters

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