1480 COVID-19 NSW cases, nine deaths; positive virus sewage sample at Bonny Hills 24 hours out from regional lockdown review

By Tracey Fairhurst, Kim Chappell
Updated September 8 2021 - 3:26am, first published 1:30am
Detection of virus fragments in sewage can help provide early warning of undetected infections in an area but can also be due to shedding of the virus by someone who may have previously had the illness and may no longer be infectious.

LESS than 24 hours from an announcement about how regional NSW will potentially emerge from lockdown, there has been another positive detection of COVID virus fragments at the Bonny Hills wastewater treatment plant.

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