NO new coronavirus cases have been detected from almost 700 tests conducted during the first week of May in the Central West's largest population centres.
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Data provided by the NSW Government shows 681 tests conducted across the Bathurst, Dubbo, Lithgow, Mudgee and Orange postcodes during this time.
The Orange postcode recorded the highest number of tests during the first week of May, with 208 people undergoing a COVID-19 swab.
This brings the total number of tests in Orange to 1404.
Bathurst is not too far behind when it comes to the number of tests conducted, with 197 tests bringing the total for that postcode to 1225.
In Dubbo, 142 tests have been conducted so far this month, with the total for that postcode now at 805.
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Less tests have been undertaken in Lithgow which has recorded a total of 549, with 98 of those conducted during the first week of May.
In Mudgee, just 232 coronavirus tests have been conducted, with 36 of them occurring during the first week of May.
By comparison far less tests have been taken at other Central West locations, including: Blayney (101), Cowra (114), Forbes (96), Oberon (98), Parkes (170), Wellington (108) and Young (132).
Statewide, more than 9400 coronavirus tests were conducted in the 24 hours up until 8pm on May 7, with four new cases recorded.
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