The health district covering St George and Sutherland Shire has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Sydney.
A total of 292 cases have been recorded in the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, which covers seven council areas from the CBD to Royal National Park.
NSW Health released figures and maps following numerous media requests.
There have been 10,543 tests carried out in the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, of which 2.77 per cent have tested positive.
Northern Sydney has the second highest number of cases - 209 - where 12,550 tests have been carried out.
Figures were also provided for each council area on the number of cases locally acquired where a contact has not been identified.
The number of such cases was in the 1-4 range for Bayside, Georges River and Sutherland Shire.