Two new cases of COVID-19 were found in returned travellers in the 24 hours to 8pm on Monday, but - for the fourth day running - NSW has not reported a single locally acquired case of the virus.
Test numbers remain low - with 6381 tests reported in the 24-hour reporting period.
NSW Health has thanked the community for all they have done towards reducing COVID-19 numbers, but has asked people to "remain vigilant and come forward for testing immediately if symptoms like a runny nose, scratchy throat, cough or fever appear".
"This is particularly important with school holidays having started and increased movement of people around the state," the department said.
NSW Health is now only treating 55 COVID-19 cases - with just three people in intensive care none of whom are being ventilated.
Meantime, Victoria recorded 10 new cases of coronavirus and seven more deaths it its overnight figures.
These low numbers come as the global death toll from the pandemic passed one million, according to the records of Johns Hopkins University.
About one in five of those deaths have been in the US, and nearly 5000 deaths are being reported each day across the world.