NSW records 12 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases.
New South Wales has recorded 12 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases, with the Bondi cluster growing to 21 cases since last Wednesday.
Five of the new cases were recorded in the 24 hours to 8pm last night, with another seven cases recorded since that cut-off time.
All of the cases except for two are in isolation, and all cases except for one have been linked to existing cases.
The case with no known source of infection yet is a child who attends a primary school in the eastern suburbs.
The rest of the cases are household or close contacts from previous cases.
"In some instances, the exchanges have been scaringly fleeting," NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said on Monday.
"People not even physically touching each other but literally fleetingly coming into the same airspace has seen the virus transferred from one person to another."
It comes as mask-use has been mandated in all of Greater Sydney indoors.
Concerns remain high over the extreme transmissibility of the Delta strain of the illness.
Head of Sony Music Australia removed over claims of toxic culture.
The most powerful man in Australian music, Denis Handlin, has been removed as head of Sony Music Australia over multiple allegations of a toxic work environment.
The allegations - which are aimed at the company, not an individual - span 20 years and include sexual harassment at work events, intimidating behaviour, alcohol abuse, racism and the unfair treatment of women in the workplace.
On Monday a statement was issued by the chairman of Sony Music Entertainment, Rob Stringer, saying Handlin would be leaving “effective immediately”.
Revealed: multiple allegations of toxic culture at Sony Music Australia as Denis Handlin leaves https://t.co/u8XTJ4au70— Guardian Australia (@GuardianAus) June 21, 2021