NSW Health has identified dozens of new Covid exposure sites across NSW, including Bunnings, McDonald's, Woolworths and Aldi across Greater Sydney.
Of the new exposure sites is a McDonald's in Punchbowl, where it's suggested an employee worked on the drive-thru while infectious over a 10-hour period.
NSW Health has also updated the advice for the Shell on the Sturt Highway in Hay and the Woolworths in Fairfield Heights.
Anyone who is considered a "close contact" must immediately get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result.
The close contact venues are:
Shell, Hay, Sturt Highway, Saturday July 10 from 7.30am to 8am
Star, Sweet Patisserie, Fairfield, Sunday, July 11 from 4.20pm to 4.30pm
Chemist Warehouse, Punchbowl, July 8 from 2.30pm to 3pm
Service NSW, Liverpool, Monday July 12 from 10.10am to 10.25am
McDonalds (drive thru only), Punchbowl, Thursday, July 8 from 6am to 4pm
Casual contacts must immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.
The casual contact venues are:
Bunnings Alexandria, Alexandria, Thursday July 8 from 12.25pm to 12.40pm
McDonalds (not drive thru), Punchbowl, Thursday July 8 from 6am to 4pm
Coles Edensor Park, Edensor Park, Sunday July 4 from 10.10am to 10.50am and Saturday July 10 from 10.10am to 10.50am
Blooms the Chemist, Miller, Monday July 12 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Aldi Miller, Miller, Monday July 12 from 12pm to 12.30pm
Priceline Pharmacy, Merrylands, Monday July 12 from 1pm to 2pm
Chemist Warehouse, Fairfield, Monday July 5 from 1.45pm to 2pm and Monday July 5 from 12pm to 2pm
Krispy Kreme, Liverpool, Saturday July 3 from 1pm to 1.15pm
Woolworths Auburn Central, Auburn, Monday July 12 from 8.30pm to 9pm
The Boulevarde Pharmacy, Fairfield Heights, Tuesday July 13 from 10am to 11am
Sushi Hub, Fairfield Neeta City Shopping Centre, Fairfield, Saturday July 3 from 2pm to 2.30pm
Bunnings, Jamisontown, Saturday July 10 from 9am to 10am
Coles, Hurstville Westfield, Hurstville, Wednesday July 7 from 5am to 10am, Friday July 9 from 10.30am to 3pm, Saturday July 10 from 12pm to 5pm and Sunday July 11 from 12pm to 5.15pm
United Petrol, Vineyard, Sunday July 11 from 12.10pm to 12.30pm
Mansours BBQ, Merrylands, Wednesday July 7 from 7pm to 8pm
Red Lea, Stockland Merrylands, Merrylands, Saturday July 10 from 2pm to 2.30pm
Woolworths, Auburn Central, Auburn, Monday July 12 from 8.30pm to 9pm
Terry White Chemist, Revesby, Wednesday July 14 from 10.05am to 10.10am
Fairfield Heights Pharmacy, Fairfield Heights, Monday July 12 from 5.30pm to 6pm
Speedway Petrol Station, Smithfield, Tuesday July 13 from 11.45am to 12pm
Woolworths, Fairfield Heights, Sunday July 11 from 9pm to 9.30pm
NSW Health also identified several public transport routes. All customers on the routes are also considered casual contacts.
The casual contact public transport routes are:
T2 Line, from Westmead Station to Auburn Station, Saturday 10 July, departed 8.01am, arrived 8.13am
T2 Line, from Auburn Station to Westmead Station, Saturday 10 July, departed 8.51pm, arrived 9.03pm
T2 Line, from Westmead Station to Auburn Station, Sunday July 11, departed 8.02am, arrived 8.13am
T2 Line, from Auburn Station to Westmead Station, Sunday July 10, departed 8.40pm, arrived 8.53pm
T5 Line, From Westmead Station to Auburn Station via Parramatta Station, Monday July 12, departed 7.45am, arrived 8.05am
Anyone who visited the following venues is advised to monitor for symptoms and if they occur, get tested immediately and self isolate until a negative result is received.
Those venues are:
Woolworths Riverwood, Riverwood, Monday July 12, 10.55am to 11.10am
Aldi Riverwood, Riverwood, Sunday July 11 from 7.45pm to 7.50pm and Monday July 12 from 10.45am to 10.55am
Commonwealth Bank, Riverwood, Sunday July 11 from 7.30pm to 7.40pm
Coles Oatley, Oatley West, Saturday July 10 from 4.10pm to 4.40pm and Sunday July 11 from 4.25pm to 4.40pm
Stockland mall, Merrylands, Saturday July 10 from 2pm to 4pm and Monday July 12 from 1pm to 2pm
Café de Casablanca, Sydney, Tuesday July 13 from 1pm to 3pm
Chemist Warehouse, Bondi Junction, Saturday July 10 from 9.15am to 9.25am
NSW reported 65 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday, though only 29 were in isolation for their infectious period.
Seven of the new cases were in isolation for part of their infectious period and 28 were infectious while in the community. One was under investigation.
"That is a welcome drop on yesterday's numbers, but it comes with a warning in that 28 of those cases were infectious in the community whilst they were obviously out and about," Ms Berejiklian said.
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