NSW has recorded another 265 new cases of locally transmitted Covid-19.
Another case was acquired overseas, meaning 266 infections were reported in total in the 24 hours to 8pm on Sunday.
There were another five deaths of people with Covid-19, and out of the 606 people in hospital there were 132 people in intensive care.
The state’s vaccination rates sit at 92 per cent first dose and 80.3 per cent fully vaccinated.
The new figures came on what has been dubbed Freedom Day 2.0, when a raft of restrictions were eased in NSW after the state’s eligible population hit 80 per cent fully vaccinated.
Those include the reopening of schools, no caps on weddings and funerals and greater density inside pubs, hairdressers and hospitality venues.
Up to 20 people can now gather at homes and 50 people can meet at parks, while masks are no longer mandatory in offices.More to come.
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