NSW has recorded 97 new COVID-19 cases, 24 infectious while out in community. The Greater Sydney lockdown has been extended for at least two more weeks after NSW recorded 97 new COVID-19 cases. The lockdown affecting Greater Sydney and its surrounds has been extended until 11:59pm on Friday, July 30. Twenty-four of the new cases were out in the community while infectious. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said home learning would also be extended for school students for another two weeks. Ms Berejiklian thanked residents in the Fairfield LGA for heeding the calls to stay at home. But she said the data from the Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool areas showed that people were still moving around too much.