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There have been more supermarkets and retail outlets exposed to Covid-19 in Sydney’s southwest as the city heads into week three of lockdown.
NSW Health reported 38 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday in its biggest spike since the latest outbreak began.
About 380 sites have been identified in total – including a number of flights and public transport routes.
On Thursday night, the health department included the Merrylands post office along with Aldi and Kmart.
Anyone who visited the post office on Monday between 2-3pm, Aldi from 1.30-3.30pm and Kmart from 1.30-3.30pm is being asked to get tested and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of their test result.
A number of casual contact sites including Burwood Kmart, Coles at Westfield Parramatta and Woolworths Metro in Pendle Hill were also added to the growing list.
For a full list of the potential Covid-19 exposure sites across NSW click here.
Exposure sites – self-isolate for 14 days regardless of Covid test result
Kathmandu, Burwood – Sunday, 12.35-1pm
Mehfil North Indian Cuisine, Westfield Burwood Shopping Centre – Sunday, 1.05-1.1pm
Beds R Us, Wetherill Park – Monday, 2.30-3.15pm
Oregano’s Lebanese Bakery & Cafe – Monday, 2-2.30pm
Sadaqat Supermarket – Monday, 1.30-2pm
Australia Post Merrylands – Monday, 2-3pm
Aldi Merrylands – Monday, 1.30-2pm
Kmart Merrylands – Monday, 1.30-3.30pm
Auburn Fresh City Fruit & Vegetables – Monday, 3.30-4.30pm
Sahar Market – Monday, 3.30-4.30pm
New Star Kebabs – Monday, 3.30-4.30pm
Casual contact venues – self-isolate until negative test received
Country Growers, Parramatta – July 1, 5.30-5.40pm
Coles Westfield Parramatta – July 1, 5-6pm
JB HiFi Wetherill Park – July 3, 2.30-3.15pm
Woolworths Metro, Pendle Hill – July 3, 5.45-6.15pm & July 6, 10.50-11.20am
Kmart Westfield Eastgardens – July 3, 4.20-5pm
Kmart Burwood – July 4, 11.45am-12.35pm
Chemistworks Wetherill Park – July 4, 5.30-6.30pm
Merrylands Stockland Shopping Centre – Monday, 1.30-3.30pm
Chemist Warehouse, Carlingford – Monday, 12.45-1.15pm
King Tea, Hurstville – Tuesday, 2-3.15pm
Bunnings Bonnyrigg – Tuesday, 1.45-2.15pm
The Valley Pharmacy, Telopea – Tuesday, 3-3.30pm
Carlingford Court Shopping Centre – 3.15-5.15pm
Monitor for symptoms, get tested and isolate if they appear
Emerald Square Burwood – July 3, 12.15-12.45pm
Westfield Burwood – July 4, 11.50am-1.10pm
Police increase presence in Sydney's southwest
Police have begun descending on Sydney’s southwest after NSWPF Deputy Commissioner Mal Lanyon announced a "dedicated police operation" starting from 7am on Friday.
The operation will consist of 100 additional police officers in the south-west of Sydney.
"Our work has been solely dedicated on ensuring community safety," Deputy Comm Lanyon said.
"We have moved across the metropolitan area in order to police areas of concern as they've been raised by (NSW) health."
He said officers have made sure to be visible with the community throughout the lockdown to "educate" people about how they should comply with the health orders.
"Clearly, we are still having members of the community who will not comply," he said.
"Where we haven't been able to achieve compliance, we have enforced those health orders, and whilst obviously we continue to wish to get compliance, we will enforce as necessary."
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