NSW COVID-19 20 Oct. | Coronavirus hospitalisations continue to drop, 283 cases recorded | ABC News

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The NSW government announces a $530 million package to revitalise the pandemic-ravaged tourism industry as the state records 283 COVID-19 cases and seven deaths.

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