Cafe exposed to virus for 10 days among latest venue alerts

A cafe in Sydney’s southwest has been identified as a key venue of concern after staff and customers were potentially exposed to Covid-19 for 10 straight days.It is among a string of cafes, shopping centres, medical centres and bus routes added to the expanding list of sites visited by people carrying the virus in the city.Venue alerts 11pm 17.7.21Most of the new venues of concern are located in the southwest, which has become the epicentre of the virus’ spread through the community, but also stretch into the west, inner west and lower Blue Mountains.Belmore’s The Raw Coffee Bar has been deemed a close contact site after a staff member worked there for 10 days straight between July 7 to 16.Belmore Medical Centre, located on the same street, has also been identified as a key area of concern.Earlier on Saturday health authorities identified a truck stop at an Ampol service station, near Murwillumbah on the state’s far north coast, as a potential exposure site.It includes the truck drivers’ toilets, showers and lounge, as well as the food court.Venue alerts 11pm 16-7-21NSW Health issued an alert on Friday afternoon which outlined a number of new venues of concern including an Ikea which has been flagged as a close contact site.Customers who visited the Marsden Park store on Monday 12 July between noon and 7.30pm or Tuesday, 13 July between noon and 4pm need to get tested and isolate for two weeks regardless.Full list below.Venue alerts 5.30pm 16.7.21Workers at a Greenacre building site have been ordered to get tested and then isolate for 14 days, regardless of the test result, in the latest public health alert from NSW Health.Shops and pharmacies across Sydney have also been added to the venues of concern list.Venues of concern 11pm 15.7.21Dozens of venues across Sydney have been released by NSW Health as locations of concern related to infected Covid cases. The new list includes a drive thru worker at McDonalds in Punchbowl.Venue alerts issued 6pm ThursdayMultiple Sydney bus routes, supermarkets and a petrol station in South Gundagai are among the venues of concern in NSW Health’s latest Covid alerts issued late on Wednesday.See the full list below:Covid alerts issued Wednesday 11pmEarlier on Wednesday, a Post Shop in Redfern and a medical centre in Cabramatta were listed as venues of concern.Covid alerts issued 6pm WednesdayAn Ampol Foodary service station in southern Sydney, KFC in Fairfield, an Aldi, a Kmart and a Costco are among the venues highlighted in NSW Health’s latest Covid alerts. In particular, anyone who attended the Ampol Foodary in Rosebery during the specific times on Tuesday is considered a close contact and must isolated for 14 days.Covid alerts issues 2.30pm WednesdayNSW Covid Exposure SitesNAT – Stay Informed – Social Media

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