NSW Health has been notified this morning of a new COVID-19 case in a person who resides in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Urgent investigations into the source of the infection and contact tracing are underway.
It is understood the case, a man in his 50s, has not travelled overseas in recent times and he does not work in a hotel quarantine, border or health role.
The man underwent testing yesterday (Tuesday 4 May) and returned a positive result today (Wednesday 5 May). This case will be included in tomorrow's numbers.
Genome sequencing is underway, with results expected in the next 24 hours.
Close contacts are being urgently contacted, tested and isolating. The man visited a number of venues while potentially infectious.
Anyone who attended one of the following venues at the times specified is asked to immediately get tested and isolate until NSW Health provides further information.
This advice applies to everyone, including those people who may have been partially or fully vaccinated.
This list of venues of concern will be updated regularly as investigations continue. People are urged to check the
NSW Government website regularly.
There are more than 300 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW, many of which are open seven days a week. Find your nearest
clinic or contact your GP.