Two new venues have been added to the growing list of COVID-19 exposure sites in New South Wales and the advice has been upgraded for two others.
The state recorded seven new locally acquired cases on Saturday – one of which remains under investigation.
In the afternoon, NSW Health said the advice had changed for two venues that had been visited by a confirmed case of COVID-19.
Anyone who went to BWS in Berala on December 24 between 12.45pm and 9.15pm are now being considered a close contact and must immediately get tested and isolate even if the test result is negative.
Those who went to Coffee Club at Stockland Shellharbour on December 27 for an hour or more between 11.30am and 12.45pm are also being deemed a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days. This is also regardless of the result.
Two new exposure venues have been added as well and anyone who attended must monitor for symptoms.
Woolworths at Eastgardens Shopping Centre in Pagewood on Wednesday 30 December from 6.30am to 1.30pm and on Friday January 1 from 7am to 10am.
Hariri Chickens on Railway Parage in Kogarah on Thursday 31 December from 1.45pm to 2pm.
Earlier, NSW said anyone who visited either of the following venues during the times listed should get tested immediately and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
Australian Motor Traders, Haberfield Road on Tuesday 29 December from 4.30pm to 5pm
Officeworks Punchbowl, Canterbury Road, on Tuesday 29 December from 3.45pm to 4.45pm.
While anyone who visited the following venues should monitor for symptoms and if they occur get tested immediately.
Westpoint Blacktown, 17 Patrick St, Blacktown, Monday 28 December 2.40pm – 3.20pm
El Jannah, Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown, Monday 28 December, 3.20pm – 4pm
Service NSW Blacktown Service Centre, 14 St Martins Crescent, Wednesday 30 December, 12.15pm – 1pm
Hills Campus Hillsong Church, 1/9 Solent Cct, Norwest, Tuesday 29 December, 8pm – 8.45pm
The state reported seven new cases of COVID-19 community transmission on Saturday including five from western and south-western Sydney linked to the Berala cluster, which now numbers seven.
One new source of infection is under investigation after 32,000 tests were conducted in the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday.