NSW COVID-19 cases reach new high, Victoria records 1504 infections

New South Wales has seen COVID-19 case number skyrocket for the third consecutive day, recording 2482 new infections.

One person has died with the virus.

There are 206 people in hospital and 26 people in intensive care, a slight rise from yesterday.

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More than 93 per cent of the state's eligible population is now fully vaccinated.

A new exposure site on the state's Central Coast has also been alerted by NSW Health.

Anyone who attended The Savoy at Long Jetty on Saturday December 11 from 7pm until midnight is asked to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.

Victoria records 1504 COVID-19 cases

Victoria has recorded 1504 new COVID-19 infections in the past 24 hours.

Seven people have died with the virus.

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There are 384 people in hospital with the virus and 84 people in intensive care.

More than 92 per cent of the state over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated.

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