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NSW records zero new COVID cases as authorities contact Hotel Grand Chancellor travellers


New South Wales has recorded no new locally-acquired coronavirus cases for the first time in more than a week.

Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the result was “very positive” but it is “absolutely critical that if you have any symptoms whatsoever, you come forward and get tested”.

Two cases were recorded in travellers in hotel quarantine.

Hazzard also said he was “very pleased” to advise health authorities had been in contact with all 10 individuals who had been at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane, which is linked to six cases of the UK variant of COVID-19, before travelling into NSW.

On Wednesday, NSW Health urged anyone who had been at the hotel since December 30, as a returned traveller or worker, to immediately get…



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