Of the six people who died overnight, four were unvaccinated, one had received a single dose and one was fully vaccinated against coronavirus.
The person who was fully vaccinated was a woman in her 90s who died at Hawkesbury Living Nursing Home. She is the fourth death linked to the outbreak.
A man in his 60s who acquired his infection at Campbelltown Hospital was also among the deaths. He is the third death connected to the cluster at the hospital.
NSW continued the downward trend of COVID-19 cases with 623 new cases recorded on Monday. Picture: Jenny Evans/Getty Images
The fatalities also included was a person aged in their 40s, two others in their 60s and one in their 70s.
Three people were from south-western Sydney, two were from western Sydney and one was from the Nepean Blue Mountains area.
The majority of the cases (247) came from the South Western Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health District. 
Dr Jeremy McNulty reminded residents enjoying the long weekend that adults can only gather outdoors in groups of five. They all must be vaccinated.
Over the 24 hours to 8pm on Sunday NSW Health administered 13,045 vaccines with a total of 10,392,994 doses now administered across the state.
Across NSW, 67.1 per cent of the adult population are fully vaccinated, while 88.4 per cent have received at least one dose.
The state is now well on track to reopen on Monday October 11 with hospitality, hairdressers and retail set to return for the fully vaccinated.
Monday’s 623 cases continue a recent downward trend of cases after the state recorded 667 cases on Sunday. 

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