NSW Coronavirus Update – Friday 7th January 2022 | 7NEWS

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NSW Coronavirus Update: NSW reported 11 further deaths along with a record high daily situation quantity of 38,625 from 112,725 tests yesterday, meaning one in three people obtaining a PCR was infected.

From the 11 individuals with COVID-19 who died, 6 were men and 5 were women aged within their 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.

Three everyone was from northern NSW, three everyone was from south eastern Sydney, one individual was from western Sydney, one individual was from south western Sydney, one individual was from northern Sydney, one individual was from Port Stephens and something person was in the Lake Macquarie area.

You will find presently 1,738 COVID-19 cases in hospital, with 134 individuals intensive care, 33 who require ventilation.

From the 38,625 cases reported today, 6,968 come from Western Sydney Local Health District (LHD), 6,444 come from South Eastern Sydney LHD, 6,076 come from South Western Sydney LHD, 4,172 come from Northern Sydney LHD, 4,162 come from Sydney LHD, 2,430 come from Hunter Colonial LHD, 1,740 come from Nepean Blue Mountain tops LHD, 1,606 come from Central Coast LHD, 915 come from Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD, 879 come from Western NSW LHD, 683 come from Northern NSW LHD, 658 come from Murrumbidgee LHD, 473 come from Mid North Coast LHD, 355 come from Southern NSW LHD, 64 come from Far West LHD, seven have been in correctional settings and 993 are not yet been allotted to an LHD.

There have been 112,725 COVID-19 tests reported to 8pm yesterday, in contrast to the prior day’s total of 111,231.

📍Details: 7news.link/NSWcovid

NSW Chief Medical Officer Dr Kerry Chant, Premier Dom Perrottet and NSW Health Deputy Secretary Susan Pearce will give you an update around the COVID-19 emergency in NSW at 1pm. Watch survive the 7NEWS website.

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