Health authorities have released a list of public exposure sites visited by a confirmed case of Covid-19 in Sydney, regional NSW and Canberra, ACT.
Here are the current coronavirus hotspots, Covid exposure sites, venues and case location alerts in NSW and ACT and what to do if you’ve visited them. See the full list and map below.
List of NSW and Sydney Covid public exposure sites
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More detailed information is available at the NSW Health website.
Map of NSW and Sydney Covid public exposure sites
List of ACT exposure sites
If you have been to any of the following locations at the dates and times specified, you must immediately quarantine, get tested and remain in quarantine for 14 days even if you get a negative result.
Fiction Bar, Canberra City between midnight and 4.45am on 8 August
Church of Pentecost, 19B Irving St, Woden between 10.30 and 1pm on 8 August
Freedom Furniture, Fyshwick between 2pm and 2.20pm on 8 August
TK Maxx, Fyshwick between 2.35pm and 2.50pm on 8 August
Assembly Pub, Braddon between 9pm and 9.30pm on 8 August
Stockade Training Centre between 7.30am and 1pm on 9 August
Stockade Training Centre between 9am and 11am on 10 August
Harvey Norman, Fyshwick between 11am and 12pm on 10 August
North Canberra Business Centre, Mitchell between 11.10am and 11.30am on 11 August
Companion House, Cook between 11.20am and 11.45am on 11 August
Capital Chemist, Kingston between 12pm and 12.15pm on 11 August
Coles, Manuka, between 12.15pm and 12.40pm on 11 August
Monitor for symptoms if you have been to the following venue:
NSW cases by isolation status
Here, we are tracking daily new local cases in NSW by whether or not the person has been in isolation while infectious, or partially isolated, not isolated at all, or unknown.
Trend map of NSW and Sydney coronavirus case locations
Using data from New South Wales Health we calculate the number of new, locally-acquired cases a day for every local government area (LGA) in NSW.
We then check to see if cases have increased or decreased over the past fortnight for each area that reported more than five cases during the period .
NSW Covid-19 case trends
This chart shows the trend, using a seven day rolling average, in locally acquired cases vs overseas cases for the past 60 days:
Here you can see the total number of daily cases, split by those where the source of the infection was overseas or interstate, and those where it was acquired locally or still under investigation.
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