1. NSW records one new COVID-19 case, warnings continue for south-west Sydney  ABC Local
  2. Australia marks virus fight milestone, as second child catches COVID-19 from Sydney trampoline park  9News
  3. National Doughnut Day: Australia records zero new locally-acquired virus cases  NEWS.com.au
  4. Trampoline park at the centre of a growing coronavirus cluster  Sydney Morning Herald
  5. Bambino's Kindergarten in Horningsea Park exposed to coronavirus after infectious child attended  7NEWS.com.au
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NSW health authorities are scrambling to find patrons connected with a restaurant outbreak as continuing alerts go out for south-west Sydney suburbs.NSW health authorities are scrambling to find patrons connected with a restaurant outbreak as continuing alerts go out for south-west Sydney suburbs.

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A second child has caught COVID-19 from another child at a Sydney trampoline park.

Coronavirus NSW: Second child tests positive after visiting Sydney trampoline park

NSW has recorded one new locally-acquired coronavirus case in the 24 hours to 8pm Sunday, as health authorities have put 10 Sydney suburbs on alert.NSW has recorded one new locally-acquired coronavirus case in the 24 hours to 8pm Sunday, as health authorities have put 10 Sydney suburbs on alert.

Coronavirus NSW: State records one new case

Staff and children who attended a kindergarten in Sydney’s southwest are being ordered to test and self-isolate immediately.Staff and children who attended a kindergarten in Sydney’s southwest are being ordered to test and self-isolate immediately.

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the New South Wales hard border with Victoria could be lifted before Queensland eases its border restrictions for Greater Sydney. Ms Berejiklian said she contacted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to congratulate her on her election victory, and to express her eagerness to discuss the border issues, however, had not yet received a response. “I know from the overall trend and what NSW has been able to demonstrate there isn’t a single place in Australia where NSW residents, all of us, should not be welcome,” she said. “That’s my message to the Queensland premier very strongly, that’s my message to the WA premier. “I want to also stress in relation to Victoria that the NSW government will move forward with confidence and also with speed. “I wouldn’t be surprised if we moved more quickly against Victoria than Queensland did against us.” She also said the decision to reopen was ultimately up to the Queensland government, “and that’s the chaos they’re creating”. “But I want to reduce the stress on citizens generally,” Ms Berejiklian said. “I think the best way to reduce the stress, to be compassionate, is to get rid of that Queensland-NSW border; there’s no reason it should be there.” Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the New South Wales hard border with Victoria could be lifted before Queensland eases its border restrictions for Greater Sydney. Ms Berejiklian said she contacted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to congratulate her on her election victory, and to express her eagerness to discuss the border issues, however, had not yet received a response. “I know from the overall trend and what NSW has been able to demonstrate there isn’t a single place in Australia where NSW residents, all of us, should not be welcome,” she said. “That’s my message to the Queensland premier very strongly, that’s my message to the WA premier. “I want to also stress in relation to Victoria that the NSW government will move forward with confidence and also with speed. “I wouldn’t be surprised if we moved more quickly against Victoria than Queensland did against us.” She also said the decision to reopen was ultimately up to the Queensland government, “and that’s the chaos they’re creating”. “But I want to reduce the stress on citizens generally,” Ms Berejiklian said. “I think the best way to reduce the stress, to be compassionate, is to get rid of that Queensland-NSW border; there’s no reason it should be there.”

There are continued calls for Queensland to let in people from Sydney after it chalked up another day of only a single locally transmitted coronavirus case. F...There are continued calls for Queensland to let in people from Sydney after it chalked up another day of only a single locally transmitted coronavirus case. F...

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A growing number of coronavirus cases are connected to a trampoline park in Prestons.A growing number of coronavirus cases are connected to a trampoline park in Prestons.

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A popular Sydney trampoline park has been put on high alert after a child tested positive for COVID-19 in New South Wales.A popular Sydney trampoline park has been put on high alert after a child tested positive for COVID-19 in New South Wales.

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