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Two thirds of the staff at Summit Care nursing home in Sydney where three residents caught Covid are not vaccinated, despite the vaccine being available for months, and recently made mandatory.Two thirds of the staff at Summit Care nursing home in Sydney where three residents caught Covid are not vaccinated, despite the vaccine being available for months, and recently made mandatory.

Covid-19 Australia: Two thirds of staff at locked-down Sydney nursing home remain unvaccinated | Daily Mail Online

Three SummitCare residents among 16 new local Covid cases in NSW as Gladys Berejiklian says case numbers ‘pleasing’Three SummitCare residents among 16 new local Covid cases in NSW as Gladys Berejiklian says case numbers ‘pleasing’

Two-thirds of staff unvaccinated at Sydney aged care home dealing with Covid outbreak | Health | The Guardian

Three residents at a Sydney aged care home where at least one unvaccinated worker tested positive for COVID-19 last week have contracted the virus, with one of their daughters describing the situation as "a disgrace".Three residents at a Sydney aged care home where at least one unvaccinated worker tested positive for COVID-19 last week have contracted the virus, with one of their daughters describing the situation as "a disgrace".

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<p>A leading epidemiologist has revealed what percentage of Australians would need to be vaccinated in order for lockdowns to end.</p>

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Anthony Albanese has seized on reports of three aged care residents in Sydney being infected with COVID-19, blaming the Morrison government for its failure in...Anthony Albanese has seized on reports of three aged care residents in Sydney being infected with COVID-19, blaming the Morrison government for its failure in...

Rollout to blame for aged care cases:Labor | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader | St George, NSW

More supermarkets and trains have been exposed to COVID in NSW, as government and health authorities express optimism that Sydney’s lockdown may still be lifted at the end of Friday, July 9.More supermarkets and trains have been exposed to COVID in NSW, as government and health authorities express optimism that Sydney’s lockdown may still be lifted at the end of Friday, July 9.

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"We are seeing numbers going the right way but I do say cautiously that number can still bounce around," the Premier said."We are seeing numbers going the right way but I do say cautiously that number can still bounce around," the Premier said.

NSW records 16 new COVID cases, but numbers could 'bounce around' warns Premier | Illawarra Mercury | Wollongong, NSW

Sydney aged care outbreak: Three residents of Summit Care Baulkham Hills have tested positive to coronavirus, despite being fully vaccinated. What you need to know.

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All were fully vaccinated and the facility's operator says they are all asymptomatic and in good spirits.All were fully vaccinated and the facility's operator says they are all asymptomatic and in good spirits.

Three aged care residents among 16 new local NSW Covid-19 cases | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

The daughter of a Sydney aged care resident who tested positive for COVID-19 is pleading for a faster vaccine rollout for health workers. The daughter of a Sydney aged care resident who tested positive for COVID-19 is pleading for a faster vaccine rollout for health workers.

Call for urgent vaccination of health workers after outbreak at Sydney aged care facility | SBS News

The company says it was informed of the result by the health department on Saturday night. The company says it was informed of the result by the health department on Saturday night.

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Three residents of an aged care home in Sydney's north-west have tested positive to COVID-19 overnight.

Coronavirus: Two-thirds of staff at infected Sydney nursing home unvaccinated

Three residents of a north-west Sydney nursing home have tested positive to COVID-19 and are now in hospital but are asymptomatic.Three residents of a north-west Sydney nursing home have tested positive to COVID-19 and are now in hospital but are asymptomatic.

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<p>Three residents at an aged care home in Sydney's north-west have tested positive to COVID-19, after two staff tested positive.</p>

COVID-19: Sydney aged care outbreak spreads, three residents test positive | Sky News Australia

Three aged care residents at a northwest Sydney facility have caught COVID-19 from an infected staff member, with at least 140 employees now in self-isolation...Three aged care residents at a northwest Sydney facility have caught COVID-19 from an infected staff member, with at least 140 employees now in self-isolation...

Aged care residents among 16 new NSW cases | The Northern Daily Leader | Tamworth, NSW