Public health alerts issued for Apple and Kmart at Broadway Sydney

Public health alerts issued for Apple and Kmart at Broadway Sydney

A number of public health alerts have been issued in Sydney overnight, including at the Broadway shopping centre and the City Tattersalls Fitness Centre on Pitt Street.

According to NSW Health, a confirmed COVID-19 case visited the Apple and Kmart stores on 22 August between 3:30pm and 5pm.

Further, two cases of COVID-19 attended the Tattersalls Fitness Centre on August 19, 21 and 23.

Anyone who attended any of these venues or stores on any of these dates should monitor for symptoms and get tested if any appear.

Apple and Kmart are currently undertaking deep cleaning and working with NSW Health.

In addition, NSW Health has alerted people who may have been to 300 George Street, Sydney on August 19, 20, 21, or 24 to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms after one of the cases worked in the building while infectious.

In a statement posted to Facebook, Broadway Sydney has told customers to "not be alarmed".

"Based on current Health advice, customers in our wider community who may have visited other retailers in the centre, or visited at other times should not be alarmed. The centre and all other retailers will remain open," says Broadway Sydney.

"The Centre underwent a full centre clean Saturday evening, as it does each night as part of our regular cleaning regime.

"We continue to co-operate with NSW Health and will keep all our customers and retailers informed and provide you with more information as we receive updates."

NSW reported three new cases of COVID-19 yesterday, bringing the state's cumulative total since the pandemic began to 3,991.

Updated at 9:28am AEST on 26 August 2020.

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