NSW Health has announced two COVID cases in the Shoalhaven.
These are the first cases recorded in Shoalhaven since the Delta-variant outbreak started in NSW in June, with the source of their infection is still under investigation.
In the Premier's 11am briefing it was announced 13 new cases in the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District, including two in the Shoalhaven.
There were also nine cases in the Wollongong Local Government Area and two in Shellharbour LGA.
COVID fragments have again been detected in the Bomaderry sewage works and people in Bomaderry are being urged to get tested.
Deputy Chief Health Officer Dr Marianne Gale said she encouraged people in Bomaderry to come forward and get tested after new viral fragments were detected at the Bomaderry Sewage Treatment Plant.
The Bomaderry sewage catchment serves over 18,000 people across Bomaderry, Cambewarra, Cambewarra Village, Meroo Meadow and some parts of North Nowra.
"We remain concerned in NSW about sewage detections in a number of places across the state," said Dr Gale.
"And today I'd like to particularly encourage the residents of the following areas to come out for testing. And they are people in Jindabyne, Cooma, Bega, Bomaderry, Wauchope and Blayney."
More to come.