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Western Sydney now on COVID alert after wastewater fragment find while list of exposure sites grows

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More than 100,000 Sydney residents have been put on alert after fragments of COVID were found in Western Sydney.

NSW Health’s sewage surveillance program made the detection at the Camellia North and Camellia South pumping stations.

Those catchments serve about 109,600 people and cover suburbs…



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