NSW Health are alerting the public to updated locations visited by confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents of the Sydney, South Eastern Sydney, and Northern Sydney LHDs.
One new case, linked to the City Tattersalls gym, visited Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick on the morning of Tuesday, 25 August. The person at the Royal Hospital for Women visited the Windscreens Café located in the hospital foyer. The café has been closed for cleaning.
The person followed the measures required of hospital visitors, including screening checks on entry to the hospital. They developed symptoms later in the day and underwent a COVID-19 test.
The Royal Hospital for Women has taken all appropriate actions in response to this matter and there is no ongoing risk to patients, staff or visitors. The Royal Hospital for Women is working with the local public health unit to identify and provide information to all close and casual contacts.
This person will be counted in the public health update tomorrow, Thursday, 27 August 2020.
NSW Health considers anyone who attended City Tattersalls between 8am to 2pm on 19, 21 or 23 August to be close contacts and asks them to get tested for COVID-19 and isolate at home for 14 days. Other members of City Tattersalls should get tested if they have even the mildest symptoms.
People who attended the Active Dance class at 7:40pm at Virgin Gym Zetland are considered close contacts and should get tested and isolate at home for 14 days. Other people who attended this gym between 7:30 – 10pm should get tested even if they have even the mildest symptoms.
Further investigations of a case reported this morning have revealed that the trainee bus driver worked for three days while infectious on 20, 21 and 24 August on routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt. Passengers who may have used the following bus routes must be alert for symptoms and if they develop, immediately get tested and self-isolate:
20 and 21 August:
Two cases linked to the Tattersall’s gym also travelled by bus on the following routes on 21, 22 and 24 August.:
Anyone who catches these routes should be considered casual contacts and monitor for symptoms.
Three schools closed this morning will remain closed for on-site learning tomorrow as a precaution while further testing and serology of possible cases are finalised:
For a list of locations associated with known cases, advice on testing and isolation, and areas identified for increased testing, visit NSW Government - Latest new and updates.