Shoalhaven residents can now see exactly how many cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in their local government area.
The information, which is now available on the NSW Health website, will also explain whether each case was contracted locally or overseas - or if there's an unknown source of infection.
For instance there's one to four cases in the Shoalhaven LGA and another one to four cases in the Wollongong LGA listed on the site as having an "unknown transmission" as at March 24.
The Wollongong LGA is also listed as one of eight LGAs where there's a "cluster" of cases, with 34 cases in the LGA from one event - in which the date of first onset of symptoms started on March 9.
It has previously been reported 31 confirmed cases of coronavirus among guests who attended a wedding at Tumbling Waters Retreat at Stanwell Tops on March 6.
There's also data broken down by local health district. This includes data for the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District, which reveals 31 cases up to Tuesday, March 24, at 8pm. This represented 7.39 cases per 100,000 residents.
The NSW Health website data is still a couple of days behind - the number of confirmed cases had risen to 38 by Wednesday morning.
The NSW Health figures also showed that up until March 24, more than 2829 people in the ISLHD had been tested for COVID-19.
Labor's health spokesman Ryan Park has been calling for a better breakdown of figures for some time to ensure people took the COVID-19 pandemic seriously.
"I don't want people to become complacent and think that this virus is not within our local community," he said.
"People need to know that every single one of us has a responsibility to do the right thing and behave in a way that not only protects ourselves but also the most vulnerable in the community.
"People are more likely to do this if they have information available to them that reflects what's happening in their neighbourhood in relation to COVID-19."
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