Weather, fewer health alerts could have role in state's low COVID-19 testing levels

Weather, fewer health alerts could have role in state's low COVID-19 testing levels

Warmer weather, less frequent public health alerts and fewer people getting sick could all be contributing to the low levels of COVID-19 testing in NSW. The state recorded seven new cases on Monday. Four were in hotel quarantine and three were locally acquired,

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