Cowra's COVID numbers fluctuate in past week

Cowra's COVID numbers fluctuate in past week

Cowra's COVID numbers have fluctuated in the past week as cases fall across Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD).

There was one case recorded in the Cowra local government area (LGA) to 8pm on January 18, according to WNSWLHD.

There were two cases identified to 8pm on January 17 and one on January 16.

A rise in numbers was seen on January 15, with 16 cases recorded and there were eight cases in the 24 hours prior.

The shire identified 15 cases on January 13 and three on January 12.

The number of cases across WNSWLHD have started to fall in the last few days, down from 687 on January 14 to 308 on January 17 however it rose to 451 on January 18.

The number of people admitted to hospital with COVID-19 increased steadily, from 23 on January 12 to 41 on January 16.

It has since dropped to 31 on January 18, with two patients in ICU.

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