Do you have COVID-19 symptoms?
Most people no longer need to take a PCR test (nose and throat swab) to confirm you are positive.
- What to do if you test positive or are exposed to COVID-19
- Management and support for people who test positive
New school testing for Term 1, 2022
Read the COVID-19 advice for parents and students to understand the new COVID-smart guidance for schools
23 January 2022
Students will return to school under COVID-smart settings that will minimise the risk of the virus and allow teachers and pupils to return safely to the classroom.
19 January 2022
17 January 2022
12 January 2022
10 January 2022
Total new cases
Combined total of PCR results and RAT registrations
From PCR tests
For last 24 hours up until 8pm, 23 January 2022
From rapid antigen tests (RATs)
Registered before 8pm on 23 January 2022, by individuals who have tested positive
*Rapid antigen tests (RATs) are reported by individuals using the ServiceNSW app or website. This figure is for positive results registered before 8pm on 23 January 2022. Of the 6,901 positive RATs recorded, 6336 are for positive results in the last seven days.
Active cases and hospitalisations
Admitted to hospital
In intensive care
Active cases and hospitalisations up until 8pm on 23 January 2022. Active cases only include PCR results.