A TAMWORTH man has been refused bail, accused of breaching the state's public health orders.
Oxley police were out in force on the weekend enforcing the state's non-essential travel and social distancing laws, but no penalties were handed out locally in the latest round.
But one man will front court again this week, accused of breaching the ministerial directions.
Oxley police were patrolling about 9am on Friday when they allegedly spotted the 33-year-old in breach of his bail.
Officers claim the man was seen in a car at Duri, about 10km out of Tamworth. He was charged with not complying with a notice direction from the minister and was denied bail.
He will reappear in Tamworth court again this week.
Despite 1749 tests, there are no active confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Tamworth 2340 postcode. One case remains active in Attunga.
Health authorities have been clear it would take 28 days without a new case nationally to eradicate the virus.
In the latest 24-hour testing period to 8pm on Saturday, NSW recorded four more cases of COVID-19, but no new cases emerged in the Hunter New England Health District.
In that same period, three more people recovered in the Hunter New England area, meaning there was only 43 active cases. There is 277 confirmed cases across the health district.
Overall in NSW, there have been 3035 cases, 2306 recoveries and 44 lives lost to coronavirus during the pandemic.