There are no active cases of COVID-19 in the Mid Coast area.
This is according to NSW Health, which also confirmed 20 new cases were recorded in NSW on Sunday, July 19. The number of cases across the State has risen to 3379.
As cases resulting from community transmission continue to be reported, NSW Health wants residents to enhance their efforts to stop the spread of the virus.
There is considerable concern for transmission in venues such as hotels, restaurants, gyms and social gatherings.
Residents are encouraged to heed health advice such as social distancing and hand sanitising.
For Hunter New England Health District facilities, no visitors are allowed if they have travelled to or visited the greater Melbourne metropolitan area in the last fortnight.
Only one person is permitted for outpatient appointments and clinics while two visitors are allowed for inpatient services, residential aged care facilities and maternity hospital wards.
A total of 1,181,085 tests have been carried out across the State.