Broken Hill Covid numbers have been a bit of a rollercoaster ride this year and two new variants are on their way.
According to NSW Health figures: One in three people in Broken Hill has had COVID-19.
It has been a rough couple of years for all of us. Even sporting associations have felt the pinch of restrictions implemented during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is especially true of the Broken Hill Soccer Association.
Broken Hills COVID 19 cases have gone against the worldwide trend and decreased again.
Broken Hill is maintaining lower numbers than earlier this year, with 454 cases and 819 tests as of July 15.
Thinking of finally going to somewhere warm and getting away from our cold weather.
Raelene Greeney is well known in Broken Hill, for all of the right reasons.
Broken Hill is finally below 300 cases of Covid 19 with only 239 active cases in town now, this includes both PCR tests and rapid antigen tests.
COVID-19 cases began to trend downwards in Broken Hill over the past three weeks; however, numbers remain in the hundreds and the local community are reminded to stay vigilant about personal hygiene and social distancing.
Superintendent of the St. John Ambulance Australia Broken Hill Cadet Division Sandra Haring says that despite Covid making it very difficult to maintain Cadet numbers she expects to have 8-10 in Mondays ANZAC day march.