A new COVID-19 case attended a number of venues across Sydney, including restaurants, Westfield Bondi Junction and a trampoline park, with people who also visited the sites told to be alert for possible symptoms.
The venues included Flip Out Prestons Indoor Trampoline Park on October 25, between midday and 1.50pm, and Jasmins Lebanese Restaurant in Liverpool on October 25, between 2pm and 3.30pm.
NSW Health advised anyone who had also attended the venues for at least one hour to get tested and self-isolate for 14 days.
The new case also attended:
* Westfield Bondi Junction on October 24, 1.30pm-4.30pm
* Watsup Brothers kebab shop in Condell Park on October 24, 5.30pm-6pm
* Ali Baba Charcoal Chicken in Auburn on October 26, 1pm-1.20pm
* Carnes Hill Marketplace on October 27, 3.30pm-4.30pm.
Anyone who attended these venues is urged to monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop symptoms.
This new case will be added to Wednesday’s tally.
NSW recorded one case of locally acquired COVID-19 and seven cases detected in returned travellers in hotel quarantine in the 24 hours to 8pm on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has continued her border stoush with Queensland counterpart Annastacia Palaszczuk following the Tasmanian government’s move to open up.
Ms Berejiklian blasted Ms Palaszczuk for not taking enough returned overseas travellers while Queensland continued to lock out most people from NSW.
Tasmania will be open to NSW residents from November 6.
But Ms Berejiklian said she would monitor how Victoria goes controlling the spread of COVID-19 over the next two weeks before she considers opening the border.
“We’re going to keep a close eye on that and if we see that within a couple of weeks of those restrictions being eased the virus is still under control, then we’ll have no issue with taking the border down,” she said.
“We don’t want the border there for a day longer than it needs to be but we also need to be sensible.”