COVID NSW: Certain outlets at the Warriewood shopping centre again touched by COVID


The Warriewood shops is again listed by NSW Health as having been visited by a confirmed case of COVID. SEE THE FULL LIST

NSW Health has been advised of new venues in Sydney’s west, inner west and Northern Beaches visited by confirmed cases of COVID‑19.

The list is below.

NSW Health has been advised of new venues in Sydney’s south west and inner west visited by confirmed cases of COVID‑19, as well as a train route.

The full list is below.

NSW Health has been advised of a number of new venues in Sydney’s south west and a supermarket in Sydney’s inner west visited by confirmed cases of COVID‑19.

The latest list is below.

Inner west bus routes and Bankstown area trains are among the latest COVID venue alerts from NSW Health. The list also include shops in Casula, Bankstown, Campsie and Belrose.

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Several shops in Burwood and a new Avalon Beach venue have been visited by confirmed cases of COVID-19, and fragments of coronavirus have been detected in a sewage treatment plant at Northmead.

Full details of the latest venues alerts are below, and NSW Health is urging all residents of Merrylands West, Greystanes, South Wentworthville, Merrylands, Westmead, Wentworthville, Pendle Hill, Northmead, North Rocks, Parramatta and Constitution Hill to be especially vigilant in monitoring for COVID symptoms.

Thousands of residents on the south coast have been urged to monitor for symptoms after fragments of COVID-19 were detected in the wastewater system at Ulladulla.

NSW chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant said the catchment served a population of 32,000 people across Narrawallee, Milton, Mollymook Beach, Ulladulla, Kings Point, Burrill Lake, Dolphin Point and Lake Tabourie.

“There have been no recently locally acquired cases … but this is a time of year when we have lots of mobility, we cannot exclude that someone who has the infection from either NSW, Victoria or a return to traveller from interstate, may have visited that area.”

Dr Chant said it could be the result of an old infection passing through the area.

However she urged residents in those towns, or anyone who may have visited during the last week, to get tested.

On Thursday, warnings for a Woolworths and Chemist Warehouse in Avalon were upgraded by NSW Health.

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A Woolworths and Chemist Warehouse in Avalon and a pharmacy in Wentworthville are the latest venues issued COVID alerts by NSW Health.

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On Wednesday, NSW Health issued new alerts for venues in Huskisson and the Kangaroo Valley that were visited by a person with coronavirus.

Residents of Wentworthville are on high alert after a person with COVID-19 visited a string of venues across the western Sydney suburb.

Full list of suburbs and new venues below:

Earlier on Wednesday, NSW Health issued alerts for a number of new venues that were visited by a confirmed case of COVID-19.

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Earlier, NSW Health listed a number of venues visited by a confirmed case of COVID-19 in western NSW.

The case is a man from western Sydney who was infected at the Berala BWS on Christmas Eve before travelling to Broken Hill, Orange and Nyngan while unknowingly infectious.

He was identified as a close contact and asked by NSW Health to be tested. This case will be reported in Wednesday’s figures.

Here is the latest venue alerts.

NSW Health has issued a COVID alert for an RSL club in Sydney’s south after a person with coronavirus attended the venue.

Anyone who was in the gaming area for an hour or more at Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL on December 28 between 8.52pm and 11.30pm must get tested immediately and self isolate for 14 days.

NSW Health has also expanded the dates and exposure times at the previously listed BWS Berala and Woolworths Berala.

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Earlier, a new date was added for the COVID cluster that hit the BWS outlet in Berala, while NSW Health has issued a couple of corrections to earlier advice.

The latest information is below.

NSW Health has revised its advice for anyone who visited BWS Berala, with a new earlier date, as well as for a supermarket in the same shopping centre.

Anyone who attended the Woodburn Rd store for any amount of time on the following dates and at the listed times is considered a close contact, and must immediately get tested and self-isolate for 14 days from the last date of exposure, regardless of whether a negative result is received:

– Tuesday, December 22, 12.41pm-9.15pm

– Wednesday, December 23, 1.40pm-9.15pm

– Thursday, December 24, 12.40pm-9.17pm

– Saturday, December 26, 9.55am-7.15pm

– Sunday, December 27, 12.39pm-8.15pm

– Monday, December 28, 9.30am-7.15pm

– Tuesday, December 29, 1.41pm-9.15pm

– Wednesday, December 30, 12.45pm-9.15pm

– Thursday, December 31, 8.30am-3pm

NSW Health added a new date saying anyone who attended the same BWS and the Berala Woolworths on Woodburn Rd locations on the following dates and time periods should get tested immediately and self isolate until a negative result is received.

— Sunday, December 20, 12.30pm-2pm on Sunday 27 December from 11.20am-12.45pm should get tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result.

the full list of venues see below.

A number of testing clinics are open in Western Sydney on Sunday, including the Merrylands Park drive-through clinic, cnr Burnett St and Merrylands Rd, from 8am-8pm. Capacity has been increased at this clinic to cater for expected demand.

In addition, anyone who spent an hour or more at Coffee Club in Stockland Shellharbour on Sunday, December 27, between 11.30am and 12.45pm must get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the test result.

A men’s clothing store has been issued a COVID alert by NSW Health after a person with coronavirus visited the store.

Anyone who visited Culture Kings on George Street on December 28 between 1 and 2pm is urged to monitor for symptoms and get tested if they develop.

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Earlier on Friday, two venues on the south coast were issued COVID alerts after NSW Health said two infected Victorians visited the venues.

Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant said the two cases travelled to NSW from Victoria on December 30.

They had dinner at the Great Southern Hotel in Eden from 5pm-6:30pm and the venue has been contacted and contact tracing is under way.

On Thursday, NSW Health have listed public health alerts for five new venues – four in Sydney and one in Wollongong.

The most urgent alert was issued for the Wollongong tapas and wine bar The Swallowed Anchor at 156/160 Crown Street.

Anyone who attended the venue at any time on December 19 must get tested immediately and self-isolate until they receive further advice from NSW Health.

Here’s the full list:

A number of new venues in southwest Sydney and a Coles in Wollongong have been identified in NSW Health’s latest COVID alerts.

Authorities said the venues had been visited by a confirmed coronavirus case and anyone who was at the venues should monitor for symptoms.

On Wednesday, the Earlwood-Bardwell Park RSL was among the places to have been visited by a confirmed case of COVID-19, as has the shopping centre in Rhodes in Sydney’s inner west.

Anyone who attended Rhodes Waterside on Thursday December 24 is being urged to get tested if they develop even the mildest symptoms of the virus after an infected person visited the centre.

That person attended Priceline Pharmacy for a “short period of time” at around midday, they said.

The centre underwent a full clean on Thursday night and has each night since.

Meanwhile, Earlwood-Bardwell Park RSL club in Sydney’s inner west has urged patrons to get tested after a person infected with COVID-19 visited the premises.

The Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL Club was visited by an infected person on Monday December 28 around 8.52pm before they left at around 11.15pm.

“Anyone who was in the upstairs area of the EBP RSL Club during that time should get tested immediately,” the club said.

The latest venue alerts are below.

In addition, NSW Health has issued updated advice in relation to two Greek Orthodox churches in Wollongong.

All the latest COVID venue alerts are here.

An open air cinema on Sydney Harbour and a Circular Quay bar are the latest venues on COVID alert.

NSW Health issued new warnings on Wednesday afternoon after the state recorded a surge in local coronavirus cases.

Here are the latest venue alerts:

Two Greek Orthodox churches and several shops across Wollongong were placed on alert on Tuesday evening after being visited by a confirmed COVID case.

A handful of shops in Sydney CBD, a Woolworths in Bondi and several bus routes were placed on alert on Monday night:

Earlier in the week, several venues at Casula in Sydney’s southwest were placed on alert. These are the venue alerts issued on Sunday night:



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