COVID-19 Tamworth: Coronavirus cases rise by one in Tamworth, rates steady across New England North West | The Northern Daily Leader


TAMWORTH has recorded another confirmed case of COVID-19 in new figures released on Monday. NSW Health released the figures, dated to late on Sunday night, showing the Tamworth Regional Council area had 12 confirmed coronavirus cases. That is one up on Sunday’s figures, and a rise of three cases since Friday, when the Tamworth tally stood at nine.
The rates of the virus remain steady across the New England North West on Monday, with numbers stable in Armidale, Inverell, Liverpool Plains, Tenterfield and the Glen Innes areas. READ ALSO: All of those areas have one or two confirmed cases, according to NSW Health. Gunnedah, Gwydir, Moree, Guyra, Walcha and Uralla council areas remain free of any confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to NSW Health. On the weekend, Hunter New England Health moved to clarify a recorded case in Narrabri wasn’t quite so, after a patient incorrectly listed a Narrabri address when he tested positive.
On Saturday, a Tamworth man and a Boggabri woman were issued $1000 fines for breaching self-isolation orders by leaving a Hillvue home. We have removed our paywall from our stories about the coronavirus. This is a rapidly changing situation and we to make sure our readers are as informed as possible. If you would like to support our journalists you can subscribe here.


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