New South Wales has recorded five new cases of coronavirus, including two locally transmitted infections.
NSW Health confirmed the infections on Tuesday morning, bringing the total number of cases in the state to 4,158.
Three cases are overseas travellers in hotel quarantine and two are linked to known clusters in the outer suburbs of Sydney.
One confirmed infection is a household contact of private clinic cluster in Liverpool, in the city’s west, which has a total of 12 cases.
The second positive test result is linked to someone who attended a childcare centre at Oran Park, in south-west Sydney.
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Source: Daily Mail AU