Numerous supermarkets and public transportation routes have been added to the list of 312 Covid exposure sites across Sydney.
NSW recorded 89 new cases on Tuesday, a drop from the 112 infections announced on Monday.
The state also announced another death, with a man in his 70s from Sydney's eastern suburbs dying of Covid.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the sources of 14 new cases are under investigation.
Another 21 were infectious while in the community, leading to dozens of new Covid exposure sites including a McDonald's, Kmart, Coles and train and bus routes.
Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed is a close contact and must immediately get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result:
IGA in Condell Park from 8:55am to 9:10am on July 12
Fred’s One Stop Shop in Edensor Park from 2pm to 3pm on July 9
804 Bus Fairfield to Fairfield departed at 10.58am and arrived 11.03am on July 8
800 bus Fairfield to Smithfield departed at 6.15pm and arrived 6.33pm on July 8
Coles Fairfield Forum from 7am to 12pm on July 9, 12pm to 5:30pm on July 10, 7am to 3pm on July 11
Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed is a casual contact and must immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received:
Hungry Jacks in Marulan from 5pm to 5:30pm on July 10
Coles Windsor from 1:20pm to 3pm on July 10
Blooms the Chemist in Bondi Junction from 12:05pm to 12:15pm on July 9
Health Save Pharmacy in Ramsgate from 5pm to 5:40pm on July 7
BP Carrington in Fairfield East from 4:45pm to 5pm on July 8
Aldi Fairfield from 1:55pm to 2:15pm on July 9
Chemist Warehouse in Fairfield from 2:45pm to 3:40pm on July 7
Ground floor food court, Westfield Penrith Plaza from 12:30pm to 1:30pm on July 10
Woolworths, Westfield Penrith Plaza from 12:30pm to 1:30pm on July 10
Trims Fruit Shop, Westfield Penrith Plaza from 12:30pm to 1:30pm to July 10
Lennox Village in Emu Plains from 3:40pm to 4:30pm on July 9
McDonalds Emu Plains from 2pm to 2:30pm on July 8
Penrith Pies and Pastries from 11:50am to 12:20pm on July 9
Coles Express in Greenacre from 6:10am to 6:40am on July 8
Dan Murphy’s Guilford in 6pm to 6:45pm on July 7
Woolworths Granville from 6:15pm to 7pm
Chemist Warehouse in Bondi Junction from 12:45pm to 1:15pm on July 5
Sydney Sand and Cement in Bankstown from 7am to 7:15am on July 5
Coles Pyrmont from 1pm to 1:20pm and 6pm to 6:15pm on July 5
T8 Line from Green Square Station to Lidcombe Station departing at 12:38pm and arrived 1:21pm on July 4
T4 Line from Hurstville Station to Miranda Station departing 11:49am and arrived 12:17pm on July 7, departing 5:44am and arrived 6:18am on July 8 and departing 8:34am and arrived at 9:05am on July 8
Anyone who attended the following venue at the times listed must monitor for symptoms and get tested and isolate if they appear:
Westfield Bondi Junction from 6pm to 7pm on July 9
Miranda Westfield Shopping Centre from 10:45am to 12:30pm on July 7
The Cook and Baker in Bondi Junction from 11am to 11:30am on July 8 and 2:20 to 2:40pm on July 10
O Superfood in Bondi Junction from 6:50am to 7:15am on July 9
Woolworths Bondi Junction from 8:20am to 8:35am on July 9 and 3:30pm to 3:45pm on July 10
Dominos in Bondi Junction from 1:50pm to 2:10pm on July 9
Kmart Westfield in Bondi Junction from 1:15pm to 2pm on July 8
BWS Westfield in Bondi Junction from 6:20pm from 6:30pm on July 9
Central Park Mall in Chippendale from 2:30pm to 3:15pm on July 8
For a full list of casual contacts and other venues that have been added, visit the NSW Covid-19 case locations page here.
'Essential work' definition confusion residents
Goulburn Mayor Bob Kirk fears the loose definition of "essential work" is putting regional towns at risk after a worker tested positive for Covid.
"The Covid disease doesn't ask people if they have a travel exemption or not, it just attaches to whoever it can," he told AAP on Tuesday.
"But I understand he is a painter ... I don't know how that qualifies as essential right now."
"I know there are more than a few painters around this place that could step up if needed."
Fairfield in Sydney's southwest remains a focal point of restrictions, with a new public health order aimed at shaking out unknown cases.
From Wednesday, people leaving or entering the Fairfield local government area for essential work will need to carry proof they've had a Covid test in the past three days.
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