NSW Health issued a warning after news broke this morning that two visitors to Byron Bay tested positive for COVID-19

You are very quick to reassure residents that NSW did not register any new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours until 8 p.m. last night

Queensland Health announced that it had reported two new cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, Jan. March to Sunday, 28 March, performed in various locations in the Byron Bay area before returning to Queensland

Urgent investigations and follow-up are ongoing and NSW Health will provide further updates later this day

Anyone who has visited the following venues during the times below should be immediately tested and self-isolated until NSW Health provides further advice after we have assessed the risk of transmission at these venues:

NSW Health is encouraging anyone in the Byron Bay area with the slightest symptom to immediately report for testing and self-isolating.To find the closest clinic, visit: https://www.wwnswregierungau/covid-19 / like you protect yourself and others / clinics, or contact your GP

Two new cases have been acquired outside of the state, bringing the total cases in NSW to 5 since the pandemic began094 increased

Last night until 2000 a.m. 8037 tests reported, compared to 8204 the day before

For a full list of affected locations and associated health advice, please visit the New South Wales Government website People in the Byron Bay area or those who have been visiting over the weekend are advised to check back regularly for updates: https: // nswRegierungau / covid-19 / latest-news-and-updates

NSW Health is currently discouraging non-essential travel to the greater Brisbane area

NSW Health to Provide New COVID-19 Test Clinics and Extend Hours of Existing Clinics in Northern NSW Today In Byron Bay, two new clinics will be operational, including a drive through, and Byron Central Hospital will be extending its hours of operation:

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