Passengers on board a bus which travelled to Sydney’s Inner West last week are being urged to get tested for coronavirus.
NSW Health reported five new cases of Covid-19 in the state on Sunday. Three of them are locally transmitted while two are returned travellers.
“Two of the locally acquired cases are linked to a known case or cluster – one of these is linked to the Liverpool private clinic cluster, and the other is a social contact of a previously reported confirmed case of unknown source,” the health department said.
The third case remains under investigation.
NSW Health is also urging anyone who caught a bus from Central to Strathfield on October 5 at 11.48pm to look out for Covid symptoms.
The bus was a replacement service for a train and all passengers on board are considered casual contacts of a known case.
Anyone who caught the bus is being urged to get tested and self-isolate immediately for 14 days.
The health department is also urging anyone who attended Lakemba Radiology from 12pm to 2.30pm on October 1 to watch for Covid symptoms.
They are also considered casual contacts of a known case.
NSW reported two new cases on Saturday and also issued a health alert to anyone who used a number of train services.
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