NO new cases of coronavirus have been detected in Western NSW during the past 24 hours, with the number of infections stable at 45.
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Data released by the Western NSW Local Health District (LHD) at 10am on Thursday also shows that 35 people in the region have made a recovery from COVID-19.
The number of cases in the region has remained relatively stable since April 6, with just one person diagnosed with the virus during the past 10 days.
COVID-19 cases by local government area:
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A number of LGAs, including Cowra, Forbes, Bogan and Oberon, have had no COVID-19 cases at all.
Across NSW, there have been 11 new cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Wednesday - there's now a total of 2897 cases across the state.
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Of those 207 are being treated by NSW Health, with 26 patients in intensive care units - 19 on ventilators.
There have been 63 deaths due to COVID-19 in Australia, including 26 in NSW, 14 in Vic, four in Qld, six in WA, six in Tas, three in ACT, four in SA). 19 were passengers on the Ruby Princess.
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For advice and information about COVID-19 visit NSW Health.
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