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An analysis of NSW Health data reveals there are 13 active cases of COVID-19 across the Northern Beaches.

To 8.00pm Sunday, 25 July, NSW Health data shows four new cases in the following postcodes since our last report:

  • 2102 (Warriewood) 1 new case
  • 2101 (Elanora Heights/Ingleside/Narrabeen/North Narrabeen) 2 new cases
  • 2085 (Belrose/Davidson) 1 new case

Northern Beaches cases, by day, since Monday, 12 July:

Source: Data NSW. Includes cases reported by date per postcode including revised historical cases.

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Analysis of Northern Beaches COVID data by postcode:

Source: NSW Government. Active cases and recent test data as classified by NSW Health.

2108

Active Cases

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Pop. recently tested

2107

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2106

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2105

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2104

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2103

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2102

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2101

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2100

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2099

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2097

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2096

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2095

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2094

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2093

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2092

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2087

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2086

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2085

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

2084

Active Cases

%

Pop. recently tested

Active cases are defined as people who have tested positive for COVID-19, are in isolation and are being clinically monitored by NSW Health. A person will no longer be an active case when they are clinically released from isolation. This figure only shows active cases that acquired their infection locally, it does not include cases that are acquired overseas, interstate or that are under initial investigation.

The testing rate is calculated by the number of ‘recent tests’ as defined by NSW Health (conducted in the last 14 days) compared with the ABS population data for the postcode. A testing rate of 100 percent does not necessarily mean every individual has been tested, but test numbers exceed the number of people resident within the postcode in the last 14 days. It is possible to exceed 100 percent if people are tested multiple times within the 14 day ‘recent tests’ window.

Despite some suburbs not having active cases in residence, caution is urged to also pay close attention to venue notifications to assess the risk of transmission.

Information used to compile this article has been sourced from official government data sets at DATA NSW and NSW Health.

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