NSW Health will provide specific COVID-19 case numbers for each local government area.
The push started with Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall who said he was pleased the map would be publicly available.
"Yesterday, I put out a very strong call and condemned Hunter New England Health for essentially keeping our communities in the dark about coronavirus cases," he said.
"Last night I had a call from the chief medical officer of NSW Dr Kerry Chant who advised it would be available for anyone to look at, and that the information would be updated every single day.
"This essentially bypasses the obstinate Hunter New England Health, ensuring we have one central source of data."
Mr Marshall thanked the community for strongly backing in this push to have better information provided to the community.
Now everyone will know the facts and there will be no need to rely on social media rumour mills to know when and where cases are confirmed.
Meanwhile, an elderly couple near Glen Innes, who recently returned from a voyage on the Ruby Princess has doubled the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Northern Tablelands.
Mr Marshall revealed that the couple, who have been isolated in the Glen Innes Severn Council area near Emmaville, had done all the right things when they returned from the cruise.
"When they returned from the cruise ship they went straight to their property, completely self isolating pending their positive test," Mr Marshall said.
"The NSW Police have been in contact with that couple.
"At this stage there is no concern or worry that they have been in contact with anyone else in the community, or have had any opportunity to infect any other people since they disembarked."
Mr Marshall said the couple joined the two cases discovered earlier this week at Inverell, and take the number of cases up to four.
"The elderly Inverell couple disembarked the cruise ship The Voyager of the Sea last Thursday in Sydney," he said.
"At this stage we have still had no local transmissions, that is, people who have contracted the coronavirus after contacting people who already have the virus, so that'a a very positive thing."
The specific COVID-19 case numbers for each local government area will available on NSW Health's website at www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/diseases/Pages/covid-19-latest.aspx