Woman in her 30s ‘with no pre-existing conditions’ dies from COVID as NSW records 141 cases | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Woman in her 30s ‘with no pre-existing conditions’ dies from COVID as NSW records 141 cases | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

New South Wales has recorded 141 new COVID-19 cases, 38 of which were infectious in the community. Sadly, two deaths were recorded – a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 30s who had no pre-existing conditions. Read more: https://7news.link/36WGMnZ

Hundreds of fines were issued in the past 24 hours, the vast majority to people who attended the unauthorised protest in the CBD, with police setting up a dedicated strike force to find those who attended. NSW Health’s Dr Jeremy McAnulty, NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian provide an update for Sunday 25 July 2021.

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