A Uralla Shire resident has COVID-19 after returning from a trip overseas.
The latest case in the region was revealed by Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall who posted on Facebook on Thursday morning that it was a younger person who had recently travelled abroad.
He said the case had been confirmed in the previous 24 hours and that the person had been self-isolating at home since returning.
"NSW Police have been in contact with this person and all the isolation requirements are being met," he said.
The latest case brings the total number of cases within the Northern Tablelands electorate to seven.
The first coronavirus cases in the region were an Inverell couple who returned home from a cruise, followed by an Emmaville couple who had also been on a cruise.
There was another case in Inverell after a group of travellers returned home.
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