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Sydney likely to avoid COVID-19 ‘superspreading event’, Mary-Louise McLaws says – ABC News

How a Sydney man in his 50s contracted COVID-19 is a worry, but the latest outbreak is unlikely to be similar to the one that saw the northern beaches locked down…

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The outbreak of COVID-19 in Sydney is unlikely to become a “superspreading event” but the “missing link” remains a worry, an expert says.
Key points:

  • Mary-Louise McLaws doesn’t see the outbreak being ‘like the northern beaches’
  • NSW introduced new COVID restrictions until Monday morning
  • It’s still unknown how a Sydney man contracted the virus

The warning comes as NSW recorded no locally transmitted coronavirus cases in the 24 hours to 8.00pm yesterday.
Contact tracers are scrambling to identify how…

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