A 95-year-old woman has died from coronavirus taking Australia’s death toll to 20.

The woman died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care facility in Macquarie Park in Sydney, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Wednesday morning.

It is the ninth death in New South Wales. 

The woman died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care facility in Macquarie Park in Sydney, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Wednesday morning

The woman died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care facility in Macquarie Park in Sydney, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Wednesday morning

The woman died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care facility in Macquarie Park in Sydney, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Wednesday morning

The number of confirmed cases in NSW rose by 150 on Wednesday morning, to a total of 2,182. 

Ms Berejiklian also said in Wednesday’s press conference 103,361 coronavirus tests had been performed in the state.

‘That is a good thing, the more you test, the more you can identify and exclude people who did have it,’ she said. 

The NSW Premier also called on Australian suppliers to start manufacturing vital medical supplies.

More to come. 

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