CASE numbers have continued to drop throughout the New England with just two new infections, both in Tamworth, recorded in the 24 hours leading up to 8pm on Saturday, December 4.
There were no cases in Gunnedah or anywhere throughout the Northern Tablelands.
Seven new cases have been detected in Hunter New England health district in Sunday's update, with no patients in the region requiring intensive care.
Lake Macquarie had two cases in Macquarie Hills, while Midcoast added cases in Harirngton and Wingham.
Cessnock had a case in Abermain.
The numbers followed 12 cases in the health district declared on Saturday, including five from Newcastle, three from Mid Coast, and one each in Maitland, Lake Macquarie, Moree and Tamworth.
Hunter New England Health said four of Sunday's cases are linked, two are unlinked and one remains under investigation. Four isolated while infectious, two were in the community and the status of the seventh is yet to be determined.
The health district has 240 active cases of 4365 detected since the beginning of the outbreak in August.
Statewide there were 286 cases and one death, a man in St George Hospital who had two doses of vaccine and underlying conditions.
The Omicron variant continues to spread, with 15 confirmed cases. NSW Health said genomic testing results could push that number higher later on Sunday.
Five cases have so far been linked with a western Sydney cluster connected to Regents Park Christian School, Sydney Indoor Climbing Gym Villawood, and St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School in Regents Park.
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