New South Wales has recorded nine new coronavirus cases, with Sydney’s CBD cluster hitting an elite $31,560-a-year boarding school.
Three of the new infections reported on Tuesday were returned travellers in hotel quarantine, while five were linked to known outbreaks.
But NSW Health revealed the origin of one new infections from south eastern Sydney remains a mystery.
Three of the locally acquired cases have been traced back to Concord Hospital, including two healthcare workers, and a visitor.
Meanwhile, another case at Kincoppal Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart in Sydney’s exclusive eastern suburbs has been linked to the CBD cluster which has now reached 66.
The patient was a boarding student living on the premises.
All boarding operation have now been suspended with students sent home and staff instructed to self-isolate.