There have been 1043 cases of COVID-19 recorded in NSW, including 38 in the Hunter health area.
No new cases or exposure sites were recorded in Tamworth or any other part of the New England North West in the latest update on Thursday.
There were 11 deaths across the state, announced by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Friday. Ten of the deaths occurred in Sydney and one was a man from Broken Hill.
The Hunter cases were spread throughout seven council areas.
There were 14 in Newcastle, eight in Lake Macquarie, seven in Cessnock, five in Maitland, two in Port Stephens and one each in Mid Coast and Muswellbrook.
Nineteen cases were infectious in the community, the isolation status of 10 are unknown and 15 cases have been linked.
Nineteen local cases are now in hospital, including one in the ICU.
The state has reached 84.1 per cent for single dose vaccination, while 56.6 of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.
Ms Berejiklian also said commended the 12-15 year old population - a third of which have now had a vaccination.
The 13 cases were detected at Alloggio Newcastle Beach and are safely isolating off site, a Hunter New England Health (HNEH) statement said.
Forty-six residents were tested on-site on Monday and were directed to isolate for 14 days.
The original source of the infection is still under investigation and contact tracing is underway to identify all close and casual contacts of the confirmed cases, as well as any exposure sites that would pose a potential risk to the broader community.
HNEH is working closely with building management and residents, supported by NSW Police, to implement measures to safeguard the health and welfare of residents.
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