In the last 24 hours, we have 12 new cases of coronavirus in New South Wales.
The state on Sunday reported on Saturday night a dozen new cases over the 24-hour monitoring period before 8 pm.
In the hotel quarantine only one of the 12 cases has been identified.
Of the remaining 11, three were on July 25 at the Apollo restaurant in Potts Point, two were on July 23 at the Mounties Club in Mount Pritchard, and five were close contacts with reported events.
The other is a nurse at the Merrylands Advance Early Learning childcare centre, who has no known cause of infection.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the next few weeks was “make or break” for New South Wales.
“I cannot stress enough how critical the next few weeks are,” she said.
“When we learned how critical the situation was in Victoria, we said New South Wales would require extra vigilance over a four to six week period.
“We are halfway through that period. We are holding the line and doing okay but I cannot stress enough that the next few weeks will make or break us, in terms of the way we get through this pandemic.”
Saturday’s death toll for the state increased to 52, the first death in a few weeks.
The death toll, however, took place early in the morning, and was not included in the figures of yesterday.
Death, an 83-year-old man whose illness was related to the Crossroads Hotel in Casula, was counted in numbers from Sunday.