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New South Wales smashed its daily infection high with 633 new cases on Wednesday and another three people died. With 24 new cases in Melbourne and 22 in Canberra, there were 679 local infections nationwideEssential retailers.
That number is just 19 short of the worst day during last year’s second wave.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned her state hasn’t seen the worst of the outbreak that has since spread across Australia and New Zealand.