Commonwealth bank, Coles and Woolworths among venues of concern

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People are being warned of new venues of concern as NSW battles to contain the spread of the coronavirus

After reporting a further 18 new local cases on Tuesday, NSW Health revealed new exposure sites visited by confirmed cases of Covid-19.

NSW Health confirmed there was transmission of Covid to customers who had visited the Commonwealth Bank in the Roselands Shopping Centre, in Sydney's southwest. 

Anybody who visited on the following dates and times are considered a close contact and must immediately get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result. 

  • Monday, June 28 between 8am and 5pm

  • Tuesday, June 29 between 8am and 5pm

  • Wednesday, June 30 between 8am and 3.30pm

Some people who visited Commonwealth Bank at the Roselands Shopping Centre are considered close contacts. Source: AAP
Some people who visited Commonwealth Bank at the Roselands Shopping Centre are considered close contacts. Source: AAP

There have also been a number of other businesses, including a Coles, added to the growing list of exposure sites, and anybody who visited the following venues at the specified times are also considered a close contact and much get tested and quarantine for 14 days. 

  • Country Growers, Parramatta, June 30 between 5.35pm and 5.55pm

  • Coles at Parramatta Westfield, June 30 between 5.45pm and 6.05 pm

  • Toongabbie Constructions site, anytime between June 28 and July 2

  • AJ & PM Sales, Kirrawee trade shops (ground floor), June 29 between 12.50pm and 12.55pm

  • Bexley St Mary and Mina Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, June 25 between 4pm and 6pm

A McDonald's restaurant in Bonnyrigg has been added to the list of exposure sites. Source: Google Maps
A McDonald's restaurant in Bonnyrigg has been added to the list of exposure sites. Source: Google Maps

NSW Health is also warning of other venues of concerns where people who visited at the specified times are considered casual contacts. Those who visited the following must get tested immediately and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. 

  • AJ & PM Sales, Kirrawee Lighting showroom floor (upstairs), June 29 between 12.50pm and 12.55pm

  • Coles at Hurstville Westfield, July 2 between 1.30pm and 1.50pm

  • JD Sports, Wetherill Park, July 5 between 4.30pm and 5pm

  • Bonnyrigg McDonald's, Cnr Elizabeth Drive and Smithfield Road, July 5 between 6.30pm and 7.30pm

  • Bonnyrigg Woolworths, 100 Bonnyrigg Avenue, July 5 between 7.30pm and 8.30pm

  • Hillsdale Woolworths South Point Shopping Centre, July 2 between 3.15pm and 4.45pm

  • Riverwood St George Bank, 247 Belmore Road, July 2 between 1pm and 5pm

  • Menai Big W, July 4 between 1.15pm and 2pm

  • TG Farm Chickens at Hurstville Westfield, July 2 between 1.55pm and 2.05pm

  • Bondi Beach Harris Farm, June 26 between 3.20pm and 3.45pm 

Anybody who visited the Hurstville Westfield everywhere other than TG Farm Chickens on July 3 between 1.30pm and 2.20pm are also advised to monitor for symptoms and get tested and isolate if they occur. 

Public transport route of concern

Among the new exposure sites are two train routes between Parramatta and the eastern suburbs. 

Anybody who caught a train on the following lines at the listed times are also casual contacts and should get tested immediately and isolate until a negative result is returned. 

  • T1 North Shore Line and T4 Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line – from Parramatta to Bondi Junction station, June 29 between 1pm and 1.55pm

  • T4 Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line and T4 Eastern Suburbs and T1 North Shore Line – from Bondi Junction station to Parramatta station, June 29 between 7pm and 7.55pm

People across NSW are urged to check the growing list of exposure sites on the NSW Health website and follow the advice from health authorities. 

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