The south coast of New South Wales is on alert for the potential spreading of COVID-19 after a person with the virus visited venues in the region.
In addition to visiting a cricket ground and a restaurant in Parramatta and the Merrylands RSL the case went to venues in the popular tourist region of the south coast leading to a number of public health alerts being issued overnight.
The alerts come as NSW records no new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
Anyone who attended the following south coast venues at the times listed below should monitor for symptoms and, if they occur, get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result:
- Kangaroo Valley, Nostalgia Factory Shop - Sunday 27 December 11.20am to 11.30am
- Huskisson, Taj Indian Restaurant - Sunday 27 December 4.45pm to 5.20pm
- Parramatta, Saravanaa Bhavan - Monday 28 December 9.50am to 10.50am
- Merrylands Merrylands RSL (Ariah Room) - Monday 28 December 4pm to 4.55pm
- Merrylands, Merrylands RSL (Smoking Gaming Area) - Monday 28 December 4.55pm to 5.15pm
- Merrylands, Merrylands RSL (Sports Lounge) - Monday 28 December 5.15pm to 6pm
In addition, anyone who attended any other area of the Merrylands RSL between 4pm and 6pm on Monday 28 December should monitor for symptoms and get tested if they appear.
Anyone who played cricket at the listed time below should immediately get tested and self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result:
- Parramatta, Ollie Webb Cricket Ground (cricket ground) - Monday 28 December 7.30am to 11am
Anyone who was present in the Ollie Webb Cricket Ground grandstand between 7.30am to 11am on Monday 28 December should immediately get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
These latest public health alerts come on the back of other new announcements released by NSW Health yesterday afternoon.
These public health alerts relate to a number of venues in the western Sydney suburb of Wentworthville.
Anyone who attended the following venues at the listed times is considered a casual contact who should get tested immediately and isolate until a negative result is received, and continue to monitor for symptoms and test again if any symptoms develop:
- Wentworthville, BWS - Sunday 27 December 8.30pm to 8.35pm
- Wentworthville, Domino's Pizza - Sunday 27 December 8.50pm to 9pm
Anyone who attended the following venues at the listed times is considered a casual contact who should monitor for symptoms and if they appear, isolate and get tested until a negative result is received:
- Wentworthville, Woolworths - Wednesday 30 December 12pm to 12.10pm
- Wentworthville, Green Farm Meat NSW Halal - Wednesday 30 December 12.10pm to 12.15pm
- Wentworthville, Udaya Supermarket - Wednesday 30 December 6.30pm to 6.35pm
- Wentworthville, Ambeys Big Apple - Friday 1 January - 5.30pm to 5.40pm
- Wentworthville, Sri Lakshmi Supermarket - Friday 1 January 5.40pm to 5.45pm
- Wentworthville, Pizza Hut - Saturday 2 January - 8.30pm to 8.40pm
- Wentworthville, Ambeys Big Apple - 8.45pm to 8.50pm
- Wentworthville, Udaya Supermarket - Sunday 3 January - 6.30pm to 6.40pm
- Wentworthville, Udaya Supermarket - Monday 4 January - 6.30pm to 6.35pm
- Wentworthville, Swagath Biryani House - Monday 4 January 6.40pm to 6.50pm
NSW reordered four new cases of COVID-19 yesterday after the state recorded 32,667 tests.
Updated at 10.37am AEDT on 7 January 2021.
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