NSW has recorded 319 new locally transmitted cases of Covid-19 on Saturday.
There were also two deaths reported and two new overseas acquired infections.
About 66,311 people underwent testing in the past 24 hours.
Currently, 652 people are in hospital with 138 of them in intensive care.
Daily case numbers continue to gradually fall as the state recorded 399 new local cases and four deaths on Friday.
There was also one returned traveller in hotel quarantine that tested positive.
Camera Icon319 new locally acquired cases of Covid-19 were recorded on Saturday. NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone Credit: News Corp Australia
More than 78 per cent of NSW residents aged 16 and over are now fully vaccinated and more than 91 per cent have had at least one dose.
Yesterday, Premier Dominic Perrottet said he expected the state would reach its 80 per cent target over the weekend.
“We set out a road map which from Monday will provide a removal of a number restrictions that have been put in place,” he said.
As of Monday, home visitations would increase from 10 people to 20 with outdoor gatherings increasing from 30 to 50 people.
Standing while drinking in pubs will also be allowed and there will be no limit on guest numbers for wedding and funerals.Internet Explorer Channel Network