Two new cases for the Northern Tablelands in Boggabilla, Tingha as three schools reopen after deep-cleaning

TWO CASES: Now new cases have been recorded for Inverell, as Tingha and Boggabilla are the only Northern Tablelands towns to record one case each.
TWO CASES: Now new cases have been recorded for Inverell, as Tingha and Boggabilla are the only Northern Tablelands towns to record one case each.

Only two new cases have been recorded for the Northern Tablelands region as three schools reopen after deep cleaning.

With a case each for Tingha and Boggabilla, no other cases in the region were recorded in the 24 hours up until Wednesday morning.

Inverell Public, Tingha Public and Armidale's Newling Public Schools reopened on Wednesday morning after undergoing deep cleaning, prompted as students tested positive to the virus.

The latest data from NSW Health outlines that the four weeks up to November 15, Armidale had 27 cases, 4737 tests administered.

Moree has 151 total cases, with 5463 tests administered.

Glen Innes recorded no COVID cases, with 673 presenting to get tested.

Also sitting at zero cases, 549 Tenterfield residents have been tested for the virus.

Currently in the Inverell Shire, NSW Health confirms there are 105 COVID-positive cases, and has urged anyone with symptoms to get tested.

The Shire has seen 4754 people get tested in the last month.