Just days after the strict stay at home order lifted for Sydney’s northern beaches residents, several new businesses have been listed as exposure sites.
A positive case went to a number of stores, including Coles, Aldi and Woolworths, in Warriewood while potentially infectious.
Anyone who visited at the dates and times below is considered a casual contact and must get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.
Coles, Warriewood: December 31 from 2pm to 2.10pm, Tuesday January 5 from 12.45pm to 1pm.
Woolworths, Warriewood: January 4 from 12.15pm to 12.45pm, January 6 from 12pm to 12.15pm.
Aldi, Warriewood Square: January 5 from 12.10pm to 12.25pm, January 8 from 12pm to 12.25pm.
Rebel, Warrierwood: January 6 from 12.15pm to 12.30pm.
People who visited Pharmacy Less in Warriewood on January 8 from 12.25pm to 12.35pm have also been told to monitor for symptoms.
Several alerts have also been issued for western Sydney after more cases were linked to the Berala cluster on Monday.
Two other cases, a man and woman from the Mount Druitt area, also tested positive. The source of their infection remains a mystery.
NSW Health said anyone who went to the Grange Buffet at the Arndell Park Blacktown Workers Sports Club on January 3 for more than an hour between 11.40am and 1.30pm is a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days regardless.
Anyone else who was there is considered a casual contact.
Others who were at the popular sports club, but not at the buffet, should monitor for symptoms, the health department said.
The same goes for anyone who attended the sites listed below:
Michel’s Patisserie, Ashfield: January 6 from 4pm to 5pm.
Pool and Spa Warehouse, Brookvale: January 8 from 11.05am to 11.15am.