08 October 2020

NSW Health is alerting the public to new locations visited by confirmed cases of COVID-19.

NSW Health is working with Monopole Restaurant, Potts Point to assess the risk to patrons and staff who may have been exposed to COVID-19 when a person who was infectious visited there from 6 to 8pm on the evening of Sunday October 4.

Contact tracing is underway, and NSW Health will contact close and casual contacts directly, but anyone who was at Monopole that evening should immediately monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop. After testing, they must remain in isolation until a negative test result is received.

NSW Health can also advise anyone who travelled on the following public transport is considered a casual contact and must monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop. After testing, they must remain in isolation until a negative test result is received.

  • Train from Parramatta at 14:41 arriving Town Hall 15:31 on 4th October
  • Train from Town Hall at 17:29 arriving Kings Cross 17:50 on 4th October
  • Train from Artarmon at 23:18 arriving Central 23:48 on 5th October
  • Bus replacement from Central at 23:48 arriving Strathfield 00:15 on 6th October
  • Train from Strathfield at 00:15 arriving Parramatta 00:45 on 6th October
  • Bus 550 from Epping Station, Beecroft Rd, Stand D at 17:08 to Smith St after Phillip St, Parramatta 17:41 on 6th October
  • Train from Moss Vale 04:52 arriving Liverpool 07:09 on 6th October
  • Train from Liverpool 16:58 arriving Moss Vale 19:12 on 6th October
  • Train from Moss Vale 04:51 arriving Liverpool 07:08 on 7th October
  • Train from Campbelltown 13:31 arriving Moss Vale 15:50 on 7th October

Testing numbers have dropped recently, which is a concern. NSW Health renews its call for increased testing across Sydney, even if you have the mildest of symptoms like a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, fever or other symptoms that could be COVID-19.

A full list of COVID-19 testing clinics is available or people can visit their GP.​​