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COVID-19: vaccine, test, symptoms, Auburn, western Sydney, Granville – The Australian

More than 110,000 people have been put on alert in Sydney’s southwest after COVID-19 was detected in sewage surveillance.

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  • By Evin Priest
  • NCA NewsWire
  • An hour ago February 23, 2021

More than 110,000 people have been put on alert in Sydneys southwest after COVID-19 was detected in sewage surveillance.
Fragments of the coronavirus were found on the Auburn Sewage Network that serves more than 110,000 people – the second recent detection in the area.
NSW Health officials have advised residents in 24 suburbs to get tested because it is unclear whether the virus fragments are from new cases or from recently recovered cases in…

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