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NSW coronavirus update: Sunday, November 21

Almost 95 per cent of NSW adults have had their first COVID-19 vaccine

NSW is heading towards another vaccine milestone with 94.4 per cent of people over the age of 16 have had their first dose.

Not far behind, 91.8 per cent of over 16-year-old people in the state have had both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Teenagers are getting vaccinated in large numbers, with 81 per cent of 12 to 15 year-olds have had one COVID-19 vaccine and 75.3 per cent have had two doses.

Yesterday, 176 people tested positive to COVID-19. There were 55,330 tests conducted until 8pm on Saturday night. 192 people are in hospital with Coronavirus, 32 people in ICU and there were two COVID-related deaths.

As the world starts to return to normal, many people are contemplating how they will work moving into a post-COVID environment.

A new study involving software company Adaptvist shows 48 per cent of Australia's digital workers want to return to the office full-time, while 42 per cent prefer a hybrid model. Only one in 10 want to work exclusively remote.

This story Almost 95 per cent of NSW adults have had their first COVID-19 vaccine first appeared on Newcastle Herald.