With the number of people being tested more than tripling from Monday people appear to have heeded Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant's call to increase testing before school holidays begin on 26 September and people start travelling across the state.
Of these, six have been returned passengers in resort four and Saturdays are locally obtained and connected to a famous situation or bunch - meaning there weren't any new mystery instances listed at the 24- hour interval. Contact tracing is underway.
Three of the new cases are linked to a staff member at Concord Emergency Department, and include a student who attended Blue Mountains Grammar School while infectious late last week.
Contact enrolls in the faculty is detained, and pupils at Year 10, 11, also 12 have transferred to internet learning till after the school vacations.
Any customers who visited the store at the same time has been urged to remain on high alert and seek testing immediately if any symptoms develop.
The individual had finished self-isolation before creating symptoms and had examined negative.
One of the newly diagnoses cases attended a JB Hi-Fi store in Penrith Plaza, in western Sydney, on Sunday September 13 between 4pm and 4.30pm. Anyone considered that a close contact needs to instantly isolate and have analyzed for COVID-19.
Two instances seen the Springwood Sports Club at Springwood on September 12 from 1 to 2pm and Lawson Oval at Lawson on September 13 out of 10. Anyone who was at the venue at this time should get tested if any symptoms develop and stay isolated until a negative test result is received.
They had previously tested negative and only became symptomatic after isolation.
An earlier reported instance seen Anytime Fitness at Casula on September 11 in 10. "As such, the risk of outbreaks and a resurgence of cases remains", a NSW Health statement said.
There are now 92 cases being treated in hospitals, including five in intensive care and three on ventilators.