A bevy of new venues across New South Wales have been placed on high alert for coronavirus.
NSW Health issued a public health alert on Sunday evening after cases in the state rose by 30.
Contact tracing identified ten new locations and time frames where an infectious person visited.
The ones identified by NSW Health are on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, where the vast majority of active cases reside, and on Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Anyone who has been to the following venues during the listed times is considered a close contact:
Anytime Fitness, 7 Taronga Place, Mona Vale, on Thursday 17 December between 9.50am and 12.45pm;
G Fitness, 72/80 Evans Street, Freshwater, on Tuesday 15 December between 11am and 12.45pm;
4 Pines, 313 Barrenjoey Rd, Newport, on Wednesday 16 December between 4.30pm-9pm;
Twenty-One Espresso, 21 Knox Street, Double Bay: Any staff working on Tuesday 15 December, and patrons seated in the indoor section on that day for more than 1 hour between 7.10pm and 8.15pm and 8.25pm and 9.10pm.
Those deemed close contacts should seek testing and self-isolate for 14 days immediately.
They should carry out their full 14 days of self-isolation, regardless of result.
Anyone who has been to the following venues during the listed times is considered a casual contact:
Northern Beaches Indoor Sports Centre, Jacksons Rd, Warriewood, on Tuesday 15 December between 6.30pm and 9.30pm;
Twenty-One Espresso, 21 Knox Street, Double Bay: Any patrons who were in the restaurant for less than 1 hour, or those who sat in the outdoor area on Tuesday 15 December between 7.10pm and 8.15pm and 8.25pm and 9.10pm on Tuesday 15 December;
Flower Power, 22 Macpherson St, Warriewood, on Friday 18 December between 8.45am and 9.30am;
Bowen Island Bakery, 383 Barrenjoey Road, Newport, on Friday 18 December between 9am and 9.30am.
Casual contacts should seek testing and self-isolate immediately.
However, they only need to isolate until a negative result is returned.
Health has also revised the advice for seafood restaurant Garfish Manly, meaning anyone who was there between 6.45pm and 10pm is now considered a close contact.
A case also travelled on public transport, catching the 199 bus from Palm Beach to Manly on December 12 between 10.10am and 11.30am.
Fellow passengers are considered casual contacts and should test and isolate until a negative result is returned.
There are now almost 80 venues across New South Wales officially on alert for symptoms of COVID-19.
Some are as close to Sydney as the Strawberry Hills Hotel in Surry Hills, which is little more than a stroll away from the heart of the CBD.
The spread of locations led Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Sunday to reimpose restrictions on Greater Sydney.
At-home gatherings are limited to 10 and the capacity at indoor venues has been effectively halved with the reintroduction of the four square metre rule, tightened from two square metres per customer.
Residents in Greater Sydney have also effectively been locked out of every other state and territory days before Christmas.