Covid-19 update: New potential exposure locations in Macarthur announced

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NSW reported only one new case of Covid-19 through community transmission in today's official figures, but NSW Health has released three new possible exposure points in Macarthur.

Today's new case - the only locally-transmitted case of coronavirus in the state in the 24 hours to 8pm last night - is linked to the Lakemba cluster.

Investigations from NSW Health has revealed three locations in the Macarthur area which people need to be aware of.

Anyone who attended one of the three following locations must follow the health advice exactly. As the reported dates are more than 14 days ago, contacts do not need to continue to isolate if they have received a negative test result.

  • Bargo Hotel, September 26, 7pm-9pm
    • Patrons or staff who were at the venue for an hour or more during this time are considered close contacts and must get tested regardless of symptoms
    • Patrons or staff who were at the venue for less than an hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present
  • Patrons or staff who were at the venue for an hour or more during this time are considered close contacts and must get tested regardless of symptoms
  • Patrons or staff who were at the venue for less than an hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present
  • Spotlight Plaza, Campbelltown (including Spotlight and Gloria Jean's), September 26, 11am-1pm
    • Patrons or staff who were at the location for less than an hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present
  • Patrons or staff who were at the location for less than an hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present
  • Narellan Town Centre, September 26, 3pm-5pm
    • Patrons or staff who were at the shopping centre for less than one hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present
  • Patrons or staff who were at the shopping centre for less than one hour during this time are considered casual contacts and must be tested if any symptoms present

For a list of all NSW potential exposure points, Covid-19 testing locations and health advice, visit nsw.gov.au/covid-19.

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