NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro said there were five new cases in the Far West region, 23 in the Western NSW region, four in the Hunter and 22 in the Illawarra.
Two new cases have been uncovered in Queanbeyan linked to the outbreak in Canberra.
NSW has recorded 1288 new cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths.
A man in his 80s from south-western Sydney died at Campbelltown Hospital.
A man in his 80s from Sydney's north died at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital. He acquired his infection at the hospital.
A man in his 50s from south-western Sydney died at Royal North Shore Hospital. A man in his 80s from south-western Sydney died at St George Hospital.
A woman in her 70s from south-western Sydney died in Campbelltown Hospital.
Two of the people who died had received both doses of the vaccination, but had underlying conditions.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said anyone who lives in a local government area of concern can now have unlimited time for exercise from 5am tomorrow. The curfew remains in place.
The Department of Health and Ms Berejiklian have not said how many were infectious while in the community.
121,000 vaccinations were administered in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday.
Ms Berejiklian said
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It comes as Victoria recorded 176 new cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to midnight yesterday.
In July, Wagga, Hay, Lockhart and Murrumbidgee local government areas were excluded from the bubble.
Yesterday Deputy Premier John Barilaro hinted the lockdown of regional NSW could end as planned next Friday.
"On a local government area, slash, regional perspective, there is an opportunity to come out of lockdown post September 10," he said.
"We've got big parts of the regions that have no cases.
"This extension of two weeks has bought us time to do that.
"There is light at the end of the tunnel to get out of lockdown."
Ms Berejiklian yesterday was hopeful internal borders will reopen when the country's vaccination hits 70 per cent.
She said as confronting as it was, states needed to accept once they reopen their borders Delta would creep into other areas.
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