Eight new cases of coronavirus were recorded in NSW on Friday, deputy chief health officer Dr Jeremy McAnulty confirmed, while a Bunnings and Aldi store have been put on high alert.
Seven are linked to known clusters and one is a returned traveller in hotel quarantine.
Three of those can be traced back to the CBD outbreak, while two are close contacts of the St Paul’s Catholic College Greystanes cluster.
Two are household contacts of previously reported cases linked to Liverpool Hospital.
Dr McAnulty said two previous cases had also been linked to the CBD outbreak, bringing the total number of cases to 57.
He said a confirmed case attended New Brighton Golf Club while infectious on August 28. Anyone who was at the club between 6.15pm and 12.30am is considered a close contact and must isolate.
A virus alert has also been sent out for Aldi North Strathfield. A positive case visited the store on September 1 between 10am and 10.30am.
A positive case visited Bunnings Padstow on August 27 between noon and 2pm.
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