Cleaner who worked at two Sydney hotels, including a quarantine hotel, returns positive result; Greg Hunt says vaccine rollout still on track for March; coronavirus traces found in sewage in Sydney's north-west. Follow all the latest live â€¢ Follow the global coronavirus liveblog 5.49am GMT Dave Sharma was asked about Mark McGowan's warning he will consider the decision to re-open WA's border to NSW resident's without quarantining, after NSW recorded a locally acquired case of Covid today, while chatting to the ABC:Look, we had one case in NSW. There has been almost one month without any immunity transmission. They are doing genomic sequencing now and I am confident they will find the cause of the outbreak. I do not think we can have a situation where state premiers are opening and closing borders at short notice. It will cause immense disruption to people's lives. I have been speaking to people who had their flights to spend Christmas with their families in WA. Let's keep things in perspective. It is one case. 5.39am GMT Labor has formally raised concerns over the removal of a safeguard on the approval of compulsory questioning as part of the Asio powers bill - a sticking point revealed by Guardian Australia early last month.As Amy mentioned, the parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security has just tabled its report on the government's Asio powers bill.