A terrifying map shows how far the corona virus has spread in Sydney. Cases continue to appear in gyms, McDonald’s restaurants, busy pubs, restaurants and supermarkets.
New South Wales saw 20 new cases on Monday, three of which are connected to the Crossroads Hotel in Casula, southwest of the city, bringing the total number of cases associated with the cluster to 48.
Four of the new cases are connected to the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club on the south coast of New South Wales, bringing the cluster to eight.
A worker, two guests and close contact to a case were connected to the venue on Sunday. Four cases of dinner at the club have already been reported and the venue has been closed for two weeks for thorough cleaning.
NSW's Secretary of Transportation, Andrew Constance, said hundreds and hundreds of people who visited the waterfront venue between July 13 and 17 should now isolate themselves as the state tries to keep the outbreak under control.
A terrifying map shows how far the corona virus has spread in Sydney. Cases continue to appear in gyms, McDonald’s, busy pubs, restaurants and supermarkets
The virus has spread further south to Bowral in the southern highlands, where a Woolworths worker has tested positive, and to Batemans Bay, where a cluster has formed in the Soldiers Club
NSW Health confirmed that a case has been linked to Paddington's The Village Inn in downtown Sydney
Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said Monday that she was "incredibly concerned" and that NSW was at a "critical point" in the pandemic.
She said it was positive that all new cases came from known sources, but urged people to "please consider avoiding crowds".
"If you can't guarantee social distance, if you can't guarantee that the people around you respect this social distance, you have to wear a mask."
"We have a chance to really be one step ahead of the virus and to control the spread if we all take these additional steps this week."
Ms. Berejiklian said last week that she would avoid a second ban "at all costs" to protect jobs – but on Monday she said, "You never say never in a pandemic".
The total of the state's 20 new cases is the highest since 21 cases on April 29.
Four of the new cases are associated with the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, bringing the cluster to eight
Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said Monday that she was "incredibly concerned" and that NSW was at a critical point in the pandemic
There are now 40 venues and companies across the state related to coronavirus cases.
Another eight cases are now linked to the Thai Rock Restaurant in Stocklands Wetherill Park in the city's western suburbs.
NSW Health confirmed that a new case has been linked to downtown Paddington's The Village Inn.
Everyone who visited the pub on July 11 between 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. was instructed to monitor the symptoms.
The nearby Italian restaurant Love Supreme was also visited by a confirmed coronavirus case.
Health officials advised all guests who visited the restaurant on July 14 between 5:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. to monitor the symptoms.
Anyone who ate at Holy Duck! The downtown Chippendale restaurant was asked on July 10 between 7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. to isolate themselves immediately.
An infected person visited the Anytime Fitness Gym in Merrylands in the West Sydney area on July 14 from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Anyone who has visited the gym is advised to isolate themselves and pay attention to symptoms.
Jeremy McAnulty, NSW's deputy health officer, warned NSW residents to pursue social distancing as much as possible. Pictured: Pedestrians wear face masks on Monday as they walk down Market Street in Sydney
In New South Wales, 20 new cases were registered on Monday, three of which are connected to the Crossroads Hotel in Casula. This brings the total number of cases associated with the cluster to 48 the Crossroads Hotel
On July 15, a COVID-19 case visited McDonald’s in Albion Park near Wollongong between 2 p.m. and 2.30 p.m.
Another infectious customer visited the Rashays family restaurant in North Wollongong on July 11 between 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
In Campbelltown, southwest Sydney, cases of outbreaks occur.
A COVID-19 positive sponsor visited the Macarthur Tavern in Campbelltown on Saturday, July 11th between 9pm and midnight.
The nearby West Leagues Club Macarthur closed last week for thorough cleaning after a person who tested positive for coronavirus visited the club during an infection.
The infected person went to the club in Leumeah on Friday, July 10, at 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday, July 12, between 12:00 and 2:30 p.m.
The Picton Hotel in southwestern Sydney was closed for cleaning work last week after a user tested positive for COVID-19.
The patron tested positive after visiting the Crossroads Hotel on July 3rd.
They also visited the Picton Hotel during their infection period and used the leeway on July 4th, 9th and 10th.
Kerry Chant, NSW's chief health minister, said anyone who visited Kmart, Target, Best and Less, H & M, and the Food Court at Narellan Town Center on July 6 should watch for symptoms.
The Coronavirus positive customer visited the mall on July 11 between 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The virus has spread further south to Bowral in the southern highlands, where a Woolworths worker has tested positive.
The employee was not symptomatic when working on Sunday, July 12th.
New South Wales saw 20 new cases on Monday. Pictured: Young shoppers wear face masks at Pitt Street Mall on July 20
Jeremy McAnulty, NSW's deputy health officer, warned NSW residents to pursue social distancing as much as possible.
"We don't need much to be in Melbourne's situation and we need everyone's help," he said over the weekend.
"Everyone has a role to play. Don't be complacent. & # 39;
It comes as from midnight on Tuesday, NSW will enforce stricter border restrictions for people who want to enter the state from Victoria.
A border zone will be set up along the Murray River to tighten the criteria for cross-border travel.
All current travel permits will be canceled and residents of the border zone who wish to move between states will have to apply again.
Travel is only permitted for work, training, or for medical care, care, or health services.
The COVID 19 outbreak spreads to companies in Sydney
• Casula: Crossroads Hotel (Friday, July 3 to Friday, July 10)
• Casula: Planet Fitness (Saturday July 4th to Friday July 10th)
• Picton: Picton Hotel (Saturday July 4th, Sunday July 5th, Thursday July 9th, Friday July 10th)
• Belmore: Canterbury Leagues Club (Saturday 4th July, 11pm to Sunday 5th July, 1am)
• Bowral: Woolworths (Saturday, July 11th, 12pm to 9pm and Sunday, July 12th, 12pm to 9pm)
• Campbelltown: Bavarian Macarthur (Saturday, July 11, 7.30pm to 9pm)
• Campbelltown: Macarthur Tavern (9.15pm on Saturday, July 11th, until 12.40pm on Sunday, July 12th)
• Campbelltown: West Leagues Club (Friday, July 19, 7 p.m. to Saturday, July 11, 1 a.m. and Saturday, July 11, 8:30 p.m., Sunday, July 12, 8:30 p.m.)
• Caringbah: Highfield (6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 5)
• Casula: Kmart Casula Mall (Friday, July 10, 5 p.m. to Saturday, July 11, 12 a.m.)
• Kurnell: Cook @ Kurnell (11.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. on Sunday, July 5)
• Merimbula: RSL Club (Monday, July 6, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.)
• Merimbula: The Waterfront Cafe (8.30am to 9.30am on Tuesday, July 7th)
• Murray Downs: Golf & Country Club (Saturday July 4th and Sunday July 5th)
• Narellan town center: Kmart, Target, Best & Less, H & M and Food Court (Monday, July 6)
• Revesby: Bankstown YMCA (Thursday July 9th, 4pm to 8pm and Saturday July 11th, 8am to 12pm)
• Parramatta: Milky Lane (Saturday, July 11, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.)
• Pyrmont: Star City Casino (8pm to 10.30pm on Saturday, July 4th)
• Villawood: Zone Bowling (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 27)
• Croydon Park: Magpie Sports (Friday, July 10th, 8pm to midnight)
• Milperra: Frankie's food factory (Thursday, July 9th, 12 noon to 2pm)
• Milperra: meat perfection (Saturday, July 11)
• Belfield: Mancini's Original Woodfired Pizza (Friday, July 10th, 5:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.)
• Brighton Le Sands: Hurricanes Grill (Saturday 11th July, 6.30pm to 8.30pm)
• North Wollongong: Rashays (Saturday, July 11, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.)
• Wetherill Park: Stockland Mall, Thai Rock Restaurant (July 10th to 14th)
• Spring Farm: Woolworths (July 16)
• Harris Park: Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of Lebanon (July 15th, 16th and 17th)
• Marsden Park: Ikea Distribution Center (July 6th, 7th and 8th)
• Albion Park: McDonald’s (2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on July 15)
• Batemans Bay: Soldiers Club (July 13-17)
• Chippendale: Holy Duck! (7.15 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. on July 10)
Mount Druitt: Westfield (July 18)
• Sutherland: Sutherland District Court (July 15)
• St. Marys: Astley Medical Center (July 15)
• Paddington: The Village Inn (6.30pm to 10pm, July 11th)
• Paddington: Love Supreme (5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., July 14)
• Tahmoor: pharmacy for less money (9 a.m. to 10.40 a.m., July 12)
• Albion Park: C1 Speed Indoor Karting (6 to 7 p.m., July 11)
• Olympic Park: Abattoir Blues (6.30pm to 10pm, July 17th)
Victoria has registered 275 cases of coronavirus and a woman in her eighties died when New South Wales had 20 cases, the largest in three months.
Victoria's number is below the 363 on Sunday and well below the record of 428 on Friday, suggesting that the spread widened during Melbourne's six-week closure.
Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said 147 Victorians were hospitalized, including 31 fighting for their lives, and 26,588 tests had been performed.
96 people are hospitalized in New South Wales, two in intensive care, including one in their thirties. The state conducted 21,167 tests on Sunday.
A tram passenger wears a mask on Bourke Street in Melbourne. Victoria has registered 275 cases of coronavirus and a woman in her eighties died
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