There were no new cases of COVID-19 identified in Orange, Cabonne or Blayney to 8pm on Sunday however Cowra will go into lockdown from 5pm today.
While Stay At Home orders apply to everyone who lives in, or has visited, the Cowra LGA from September 13 onward, they don't all need to be tested and isolate.
Anyone who was at the venues of concern in Cowra, or has been identified as a close or casual contact, needs to follow the relevant advice.
Cowra's lockdown is related to a nine-year-old boy with COVID-19.
These latest figures bring the total number if cases in the Western Local Health District during this recent outbreak to 1,074.
There are six new cases in Dubbo, three in Walgett and one in Cowra.
Nine of these cases are linked to known cases and one is under investigation.
Across NSW, four people died of COVID-19 overnight and there are currently 123 people in NSW hospitals on ventilators.
According to NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian 20 percent of all young people who are 12 to 15 years old have been vaccinated.
There are currently 935 locally acquired cases in NSW with four deaths in the 24 hours to 8pm on Sunday.
The latest vaccination rates show 82.2 per cent of the state's population, aged over 16 years, have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine, and 52.7 per cent have received two doses.
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