NSW Health has broken down the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in each postcode revealing Wollongong suburbs have the most infected people.
The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District released updated figures on Monday afternoon confirming 114 people have been diagnosed.
That is an increase of 11 cases over the weekend.
The dataset created on the NSW Government website shows confirmed COVID-19 cases based on location of usual residence and breaks the information down by notification date, postcode, local health district, and local government area.
Below is the latest data available as updated on Monday at 5pm.
2500: Wollongong, North Wollongong Mount Saint Thomas, Coniston, West Wollongong, Gwynneville, Keiraville, Mangerton, Spring Hill and Mount Keira
There are 15 confirmed cases of coronavirus in these suburbs. The is the most across the region.
2508: Stanwell Park, Otford, Stanwell Tops, Coalcliff, Helensburgh, Maddens Plains, Lilyvale and Darkes Forest
Two cases are confirmed for the northern suburbs.
Three people with coronavirus live in Figtree.
2515: Austinmer, Thirroul, Wombarra, Coledale and Scarborough, Clifton
There are six confirmed cases in these suburbs.
There is only one confirmed case in Bulli
2517: Woonona, Woonona East and Russell Vale
There are four cases in the Woonona area.
2518: Corrimal, East Corrimal, Bellambi, Tarrawanna and Towradgi
Four people who have or had the infected live in these suburbs.
2519: Mount Ousley, Fernhill, Balgownie, Fairy Meadow, Mount Pleasant
Six more cases are in 2519 area.
2526: Mount Kembla, Kembla Heights, Kembla Grange, Farmborough Heights, Unanderra, Cordeaux Heights and Cordeaux
Two confirmed cases of coronavirus live in postcode 2526.
2530: Dapto, Horsley, Yallah, Wongawilli, Haywards Bay, Kanahooka, Brownsville, Dombarton, Marshall Mount, Avondale, Koonawarra, Cleveland and Huntley
There are seven cases in Dapto and surrounding suburbs.
2527: Albion Park, Albion Park Rail, Tongarra, Tullimbar, Croom, Yellow Rock and Calderwood
There are five cases living in postcode 2527.
2528: Mount Warrigal, Warilla, Windang, Barrack Heights, Barrack Point and Lake Illawarra
In the middle of the Wollongong and Shellharbour regions there are eight confirmed cases.
There is only one case in the suburb.
2529: Shell Cove, Shellharbour, Dunmore, Flinders, Oak Flats and Blackbutt
Eight cases have been confirmed in the southern Illawarra suburbs.
2533: Kiama, Kiama Downs, Kiama Heights, Minnamurra, Jamberoo, Jerrara, Bombo, Saddleback Mountain and Curramore
In Kiama and surrounding suburbs there has been seven recorded cases.
2541: Nowra, West Nowra, South North, Nowra East, North Nowra, Bombaderry and Bangalee
There are eight cases in the Nowra area.
2535: Woodhill, Wattamolla, Shoalhaven Heads, Jaspers Brush, Far Meadow, Coolangatta, Bundewallah, Budderoo, Broughton, Broughton Vale, Berry, Brogers Creek, Berry Mountain, Back Forest and Bellawongarah
There are seven confirmed cases in the 2535 postcode.
2539: Mollymook, Manyana, Mount Kingiman, Mollymook Beach, Kioloa, Kings Point, Lake Tabourie, Lake Conjola, Yadboro, Ulladulla, Yatte Yattah, Pointer Mountain, Narewellee, Termeil, Pretty Beach, Bendalong, Bawley Point, Berringer Lake, Conjola and Conjola Park
Five cases are in the 2539 area.
2540: Bewong, Boolijah, Bream Beachm Barringella, Basin View, Beecroft Peninsula, Berrara, Callala Bay, Callala Beach, Bolong and Cambewarra, Cambewarra Villege, Browns Mountain, Brundee, Buangla, Burrier, Bamarang, Mundamia, Myola and Mondayong
Ten cases cases are in the 2540 postcode.
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