Peninsula records first coronavirus case in five weeks
The 2257 postcode area recorded its first coronavirus in more than five weeks on Monday, December 6.
Before that, the most recent case was recorded on October 31.
The 2256 postcode area has not recorded a case since October 17.
Meanwhile, vaccination rates on the Peninsula have risen, with another 2000 doses administered in two weeks to December 5.
Full vaccination rates are estimated at 97 per cent in the 2256 postcode area and 96 per cent in the 2257 postcode area.
First dose rates are estimated at 98 per cent across the Peninsula.
There is now little difference in vaccination rates between the under- and over-50s.
Website, 10 Dec 2021
Covid data and statistics, NSW Government