NSW is reporting 452 new locally acquired coronavirus cases this morning.
There has also been one death overnight: an unvaccinated woman in her 70s.
More than 152,000 tests were conducted during the reporting period.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has pointed to a number of suburbs of concern, including a number in Sydney’s west and regional NSW.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says 52 per cent of eligible people in NSW have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
She says the state is well on the way to getting 6 million jabs out the door by the end of the month with 5.2 million administered so far.
Data on suburb-by-suburb vaccination rates will be available publicly.
The NSW government is looking to ease restrictions next month in areas where case numbers are low but vaccination rates are high.