Sydney suburbs without active Covid-19 cases that will be the first to enjoy fewer restrictions

A surprising number of Sydney suburbs have been relatively unscathed by the rapid spread of the coronavirus, even as the daily number of cases continues to rise.

Several zip codes in the east, north and south of the city have reported no active cases of the virus since June 26, despite the state experiencing a record day with 1,218 new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday.

It comes as the NSW Prime Minister said that double-punched Sydneysiders will be rewarded with bonus liberties, including gatherings of up to five people from September 13.

A surprising number of Sydney suburbs have been relatively unscathed by the rapid spread of the coronavirus, even as the daily number of cases continues to rise

A surprising number of Sydney suburbs have been relatively unscathed by the rapid spread of the coronavirus, even as the daily number of cases continues to rise

Jannali (pictured), about 30km south of the CBD in the Sutherland Shire, has only reported three Covid-positive residents since the outbreak began

Jannali (pictured), about 30km south of the CBD in the Sutherland Shire, has only reported three Covid-positive residents since the outbreak began

Jannali (pictured), about 30km south of the CBD in the Sutherland Shire, has only reported three Covid-positive residents since the outbreak began

Jannali

In the south of the city, Jannali and the adjacent suburbs of Bonnett Bay and Como currently have no active cases of Covid-19, the Daily Telegram reported.

The suburb, about 30km south of the CBD in the Sutherland Shire, has only reported three Covid-positive residents since the outbreak began.

Test rates in the area are also strong with 60 tests per day and a total of 22,243 tests so far this outbreak.

The majority of the local population has received a single dose of the vaccine from 70 to 79 percent, and 40 to 49 percent of the residents receive a double shot.

As many as 170 tests are being conducted every day in Gymea (pictured) in the south of the city, with a total of 22,289 Covid tests being conducted during the outbreak

As many as 170 tests are being conducted every day in Gymea (pictured) in the south of the city, with a total of 22,289 Covid tests being conducted during the outbreak

As many as 170 tests are being conducted every day in Gymea (pictured) in the south of the city, with a total of 22,289 Covid tests being conducted during the outbreak

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Less than ten minutes’ drive from Jannali, Gymea and Gymea Bay have also remained unaffected by the outbreak with zero active cases.

As many as 170 tests are conducted in the area each day, with a total of 22,289 tests conducted during the outbreak.

The southern suburbs have reported only seven active cases since late June, with 70 to 79 percent of residents receiving one vaccine dose.

NSW registered a pandemic record of 1,218 new coronavirus cases on Sunday (photo, people training next to Luna Park in Milsons Point)

NSW registered a pandemic record of 1,218 new coronavirus cases on Sunday (photo, people training next to Luna Park in Milsons Point)

NSW registered a pandemic record of 1,218 new coronavirus cases on Sunday (photo, people training next to Luna Park in Milsons Point)

Darling Point

Sydney’s exclusive suburbs of Darling Point, Edgecliff and Point Piper in eastern Sydney have also avoided the contagious Delta variant.

The waterfront suburbs have so far reported no active cases of the virus, and only 14 residents have tested positive for Covid-19.

About 70 residents are tested for Covid every day, with 16,295 tests done so far during the current outbreak.

Between 40 and 49 percent of the inhabitants of these areas are fully vaccinated.

As can be seen from this map of Sydney, most active Covid-19 cases live in the LGAs of Liverpool, Penrith and Blacktown in the Covid-ravaged west and south west of Sydney

As can be seen from this map of Sydney, most active Covid-19 cases live in the LGAs of Liverpool, Penrith and Blacktown in the Covid-ravaged west and south west of Sydney

As can be seen from this map of Sydney, most active Covid-19 cases live in the LGAs of Liverpool, Penrith and Blacktown in the Covid-ravaged west and south west of Sydney

Rozelle

Rozelle, in inland Sydney, has been relatively spared from the current outbreak, despite its proximity to the CBD.

The suburb currently has no active cases of Covid-19 and has reported just 14 cases since the lockdown began on June 26.

About 80 tests are taken every day, with the suburb registering a total of 16,542 tests since the outbreak began.

Between 70 and 79 percent of residents have received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 40 to 49 percent have been fully vaccinated.

Cremorne

In Sydney’s lower north coast, Cremorne and nearby Cremorne Point have reported no active cases with just 19 cases of Covid-19 since the outbreak began.

Cremorne, with a population of about 11,000, also has a high vaccination rate, with 60 to 69 percent of residents receiving their first dose of a vaccine.

In the suburbs of the port, a total of 12,274 tests were carried out with about 60 Covid tests per day.

Cammeray

This zip code in Sydney’s lower north coast has so far recorded no active cases of the virus, with just 12 residents testing positive since the outbreak began.

About 60 Cammeray residents come for a Covid test every day, with a total of 12,274 tests taken since the end of June.

Between 70 and 79 percent of residents have received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 40 to 49 percent have been fully vaccinated.

The harborside suburb of Lavender Bay (pictured) has also been relatively unscathed by the virus, with just 17 people testing positive since the outbreak began in June

The harborside suburb of Lavender Bay (pictured) has also been relatively unscathed by the virus, with just 17 people testing positive since the outbreak began in June

The harborside suburb of Lavender Bay (pictured) has also been relatively unscathed by the virus, with just 17 people testing positive since the outbreak began in June

Lavender Bay

This harborside suburb, along with Victoria Cross and Waverton, has also been relatively unscathed from the virus, with just 17 people testing positive since June.

As many as 140 people are tested for the virus every day, with a staggering 24,936 tests conducted since the outbreak began.

Between 50 and 59 percent of residents have received one dose of the vaccine, while 30 to 39 percent receive a double shot.

The waterfront suburb of Milsons Point (pictured) and its neighbors in Kirribilli have zero active cases of the virus with just ten positive cases since the pandemic began

The waterfront suburb of Milsons Point (pictured) and its neighbors in Kirribilli have zero active cases of the virus with just ten positive cases since the pandemic began

The waterfront suburb of Milsons Point (pictured) and its neighbors in Kirribilli have zero active cases of the virus with just ten positive cases since the pandemic began

Milson’s point

The waterfront suburb and its neighbors in Kirribilli have zero active cases of the virus with just ten positive cases since the pandemic began.

In the area on Sydney’s lower north coast, around 40 local residents attend testing every day, with a total of 8,562 tests conducted since June.

Of Milsons Point residents, between 50 and 59 percent have had one dose of a vaccine, while 30 to 39 percent have been fully vaccinated.

Just three miles from Milsons Point, Artarmon on Sydney's lower north coast is unable to report active cases of coronavirus and only seven Covid-positive residents as of June 26

Just three miles from Milsons Point, Artarmon on Sydney's lower north coast is unable to report active cases of coronavirus and only seven Covid-positive residents as of June 26

Just three miles from Milsons Point, Artarmon on Sydney’s lower north coast is unable to report active cases of coronavirus and only seven Covid-positive residents as of June 26

Artarmon

Just three miles from Milsons Point, another suburb on Sydney’s lower north coast is unable to report active cases of the virus.

Only seven residents in the area have tested positive for the coronavirus since the outbreak began, with about 40 tests per day.

The zip code has so far conducted 14,018 Covid-19 tests with between 30 and 39 percent of residents fully vaccinated.

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Willoughby, Middle Cove and Castlecrag on Sydney’s lower north coast have also been able to evade the current outbreak with no active cases of the virus.

As it stands, 16 people in the suburbs have tested positive for the virus since June 26, with as many as 100 tests per day.

So far, a total of 30,933 tests have been conducted with between 70 and 79 percent of the area receiving one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

Tucked away in Sydney's northern beaches, Seaforth (pictured) has so far successfully avoided the current outbreak with no active cases of the virus

Tucked away in Sydney's northern beaches, Seaforth (pictured) has so far successfully avoided the current outbreak with no active cases of the virus

Tucked away in Sydney’s northern beaches, Seaforth (pictured) has so far successfully avoided the current outbreak with no active cases of the virus

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Tucked away on Sydney’s northern beaches, Seaforth has so far successfully avoided the current outbreak with no active cases of the virus.

Eight people in the area have so far tested positive for Covid-19 with an average of 50 tests per day to complete a total of 12,738 tests.

High vaccination levels can also be seen in the zip code, with between 70 and 79 percent of residents having received one dose of a vaccine.

On Sunday, the NSW Prime Minister said that double-jam Sydneysiders would be rewarded with bonus liberties, including gatherings of up to five people from Sept. 13 (pictured, people practice under the Sydney Harbor Bridge)

On Sunday, the NSW Prime Minister said that double-jam Sydneysiders would be rewarded with bonus liberties, including gatherings of up to five people from Sept. 13 (pictured, people practice under the Sydney Harbor Bridge)

On Sunday, the NSW Prime Minister said that double-jam Sydneysiders would be rewarded with bonus liberties, including gatherings of up to five people from Sept. 13 (pictured, people practice under the Sydney Harbor Bridge)

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The glamorous zip code, about 9 miles from the CBD, has had eight positive cases since late June, with as many as 70 locals attending daily for tests.

The exclusive area on Sydney’s north coast has recorded a total of 13,877 tests since the outbreak began.

Between 70 and 79 percent of residents have rolled up their sleeves for a single shot of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 40 to 49 percent have been fully vaccinated.

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