If you have received a COVID-19 case alert in the COVID Safe Check-in history inside the Service NSW app but don't see the COVID-19 case location listed below, you must monitor for symptoms unless otherwise advised by NSW Health. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, get tested immediately and self-isolate.
Businesses should continue to follow their COVID-19 Safety Plan if they see a COVID-19 case alert. If your business needs to take any additional steps, NSW Health will be in contact to let you know.
Update your Service NSW app for the latest features including improvements to COVID-19 case alerts.
Read more about Service NSW app COVID-19 case alerts.
It is important for the ongoing control of COVID-19 in NSW to follow NSW Health advice.
If you are directed to get tested for COVID-19 or self-isolate by NSW Health at any time, you must follow this advice whether or not the venue or exposure setting is listed on this website. If you have received a SMS from NSW Health please follow the advice and NSW Health will contact you.
If you have any
COVID-19 symptoms, no matter how mild,
get tested immediately and
self-isolate until you receive a negative test result. Learn more about
symptoms and who should get tested
We thank those who are self-isolating. We appreciate it is difficult if you or your loved one has been identified as a close contact to a confirmed case of COVID-19. However, you must continue to self-isolate for 14 days, even if you receive a negative test result. Thank you for keeping the community safe.
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The following venues of concern indicate transmission has occurred after being visited by confirmed cases of COVID 19.
Please follow the NSW Health advice according to each venue. The full list of close and casual contact venues and health advice is provided below.
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When a confirmed COVID-19 case attends a venue while possibly infectious, NSW Health carries out a risk assessment on that venue to determine whether there is a public health risk.
NSW Health alerts the public as quickly as possible when there is a venue deemed a public health risk. We do not alert the public of venues if we have obtained a list of people, potentially exposed to the virus, through the venue or other records.
Potentially exposed people identified through these records receive an SMS message from NSW Health advising them to immediately get tested and self-isolate until they receive further advice from contact tracers.
The risk assessment of a venue may change due to a number of factors, including:
In metropolitan Sydney, contact tracing will now focus on people potentially exposed to a case:
For privacy reasons, we will not be publishing addresses of venues that are homes, offices (unless it is a public office), schools and childcare centres.
This revised process on the NSW Government and NSW Health websites reflects the fact there is a very low risk of infection in casual contact venues. We will continue to alert the public on close contact venues.
It is critical people continue to check in to all venues using QR codes if leaving their homes. If you are unable to check in using a mobile phone, you can check in using the COVID-19 check-in card – apply for one through the Service NSW website.
NSW Health will continue to identify all contact venues in areas outside of metropolitan Sydney, including the Central Coast, Illawarra and Blue Mountains.
Case location times are listed in the local time zone. For example, venues in Broken Hill are listed in Central Standard Time (CST)
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See the Transport for NSW website for
COVID-19 safer travel guidance.
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There are COVID-19 case locations in other Australian States and Territories. If you have been in any of the following locations in the last 14 days, regularly check the list of COVID-19 case locations and follow the public health requirements for testing and self-isolation.
For information about current entry requirements for NSW, visit the
interstate travellers page on the NSW Government website.
If you are a resident of the ACT and you have been to a place of high concern specified in the
COVID-19 concerns notice you are permitted to transit through NSW to return home.
To find out more about appropriate transport for ACT residents transiting through NSW, read the
interstate traveller guidelines.
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The Inverell sewage treatment plant serves about 10,300 people.
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For further information visit
COVID-19 Sewage Surveillance Program.