No new Albury or Riverina COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the 24 hours to 8pm Monday.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District revealed this news as NSW recorded 863 new daily cases and seven deaths.
"There are no new venues of concern at this stage," the health district said in a statement.
NSW Health said of the seven deaths, four women and three men, one person was in their 40s, one person was in their 50s, two people were in their 70s, two people were in their 80s and one person was in their 90s.
Three people had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, three people had received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and one person was not vaccinated.
Three people were from western Sydney, two were from south-western Sydney, one person was from northern Sydney, and one person was from Dubbo.
The person from Dubbo was a man in his 40s who died at Dubbo Base Hospital. He was not vaccinated and had underlying health conditions.
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NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced Byron Bay and Tweed would be coming out of lockdown, while Port Macquarie, Muswellbrook and Kempsey might be headed for lockdown.
He said further news on those three areas would come later today.
"Port Macquarie in one of those areas, Kempsey might have an extension and Muswellbrook is also being considered as a result of cases in those areas," he said.
"These decisions are not made lightly. There's more work to do and the public health team will do that work this afternoon, but I'm putting the community on notice that there may be a further announcement today in regard to all three of those areas or any one of those three areas," Mr Hazzard said.
He also announced BreastScreen services would return.
"There is nothing more important than having breast screen services available for women to be able to make sure that they are addressing those concerns of cancer," he said.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District has opened walk-in Pfizer vaccinations clinics this week in Griffith and Wagga for anyone aged between 12 and 59 years.
People are asked to bring their Medicare care, photo ID and a facemask. Children should be accompanied by a legal guardian.
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