New South Wales has seen an uptick in community transmission of coronavirus in recent weeks, putting the state on high alert to prevent further spread.
Many cases can be traced back to the Crossroads Hotel cluster and the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park, but new locations – from Bondi to Brighton-Le-Sands – have cropped up in the news briefings each day.
Here is an overview of the state’s current hotspots and what to do if you’ve visited them. More detailed information is available at the NSW Health website.
List of outbreaks in NSW
If you were at the following venues on these dates you must get tested and self-isolate for 14 days, even if your test is negative.
Mounties, Mount Pritchard: 12:01am to 2:30am Monday 20 July;
12:15pm to 5:30pm Tuesday 21 July; 8pm to midnight on Tuesday 21 July; Midnight to 12:30am on Wednesday 22 July; 7pm to midnight on Wednesday 22 July; Midnight to 3am on Thursday 23 July; 7pm to midnight on Thursday 23 July; Midnight to 3am on Friday 24 July; 11am to 3:30pm on Friday 24 July; 7pm to midnight on Friday 24 July; Midnight to 3am on Saturday 25 July.
Thai Rock Restaurant, Potts Point: Wednesday 15 July to Saturday 25 July inclusive if you attended this restaurant for two hours or more.
The Apollo in Potts Point: Wednesday 22 July to Sunday 26 July
Tan Viet in Cabramatta: 23 July from noon to 2pm
Harpoon and Hotel Harry in Surry Hills: 26 July, from 2.15pm to 11pm
Fitness First St Leonards: Monday July 27, 9am to 10.30am. People who were at the gym at this time but only attended a group fitness class are not required to isolate, but should monitor for symptoms and immediately self-isolate and seek testing if they develop symptoms
Hotel Jesmond, Jesmond: 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday 29 July
Lambton Park Hotel, Lambton: 8pm to 9pm on Thursday 30 July
Wallsend Diggers, Wallsend: 9pm to 11pm on Wednesday 29 July and 9pm to 11pm on Thursday 30 July.
With the growing number of cases in the area, NSW Health is asking all people who live in, or have visited, the following areas in the past two weeks to get tested if they have any symptoms of Covid-19 at all, even the mildest of symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat.
Potts Point area
Carnes Hill shops
Bankstown City Plaza
If you were at any of the following locations on these dates, monitor yourself for symptoms and self-isolate and get tested if symptoms occur.
An Restaurant, Bankstown: Thursday 23 July, 9am to 11am
Frank’s Pizza Bar Restaurant, Camperdown: Sunday 26 July, 6pm to 8pm
Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, Canterbury: Monday 27 July, 6.30pm to 8pm
Woolworths, Crows Nest: Monday 27 July, 10.30am to 11am
Neeta Shopping Centre (including the Soul Pattinson Chemist, Woolworths and Fresco Juice Bar), Fairfield: Thursday 23 July to Thursday 30 July
Matinee Coffee, Marrickville: Sunday 26 July, 8am to 9am, and Monday 27 July, 7am to 7.45am
Pritchard’s Hotel, Mount Pritchard: Friday 24 July, 5pm to 7pm
Cruising Yacht Club Australia (CYCA), Rushcutters Bay: Thursday 23 July, 6pm to 7.30pm; Friday 24 July, 3.30pm to 5pm; Sunday 26 July, 4pm to 5.30pm
Salamander Bay Shopping Centre, Salamander Bay: Wednesday 15 July.
Salamander Bay Woolworths, Salamander Bay: 17 July between 2.30pm to closing time, 18 July between 4pm to closing time, 19 July between 12.45pm to closing time, 20 July between 3pm to closing time.
Salamander Bay Shopping Centre, Salamander Bay: Wednesday 15 July
Toronto Court House (Toronto Drug Court), Toronto: Monday 27 July, 7am to 2pm
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