NSW has recorded four deaths and 294 fresh COVID cases, eight of which were from the Illawarra Shoalhaven local health district.
Of the local cases, three were from the Wollongong postcodes of 2500, 2502 and 2517 (all linked to known cases).
A single positive COVID result in the Shellharbour postcode of 2527 was linked to a known case, while investigations are ongoing for one new Kiama case.
Three new cases were uncovered in the Shoalhaven.
Meantime, NSW Health added nine new Illawarra businesses to its list of COVID exposure sites at the weekend. See the full list here.
The number of local cases stands at 2369 since the start of the Delta outbreak in June. As at 8pm Sunday, there were 21 COVID-19 patients being treated in the region's hospitals.
ISLHD continues to urge the community to get vaccinated and come forward for testing, with 59,612 tests conducted across the state in the 24 hours to 8pm on Sunday.
The deaths take the toll of the NSW outbreak that began in August to more than 500 people.
There are 474 people in hospital across the state with COVID-19 and 116 require intensive care.
84.8 per cent of the state's adult population is double vaccinated, with first doses at 93 per cent.
There were no new overseas cases in the numbers announced on Monday.