Coronavirus Australia live: Isolation warning for Thai Rock patrons
published 26.07.2020 22:30
A funeral service at St Brendan’s Catholic Church, Bankstown for one hour from 10am on July 18.
This new advice follows an investigation into a case announced last week of a person who had reported attending Thai Rock Potts Point on Friday, 17 July.
NSW Health is directing everyone who attended the Potts Point Thai Rock within a 10-day period up to last Saturday to immediately be tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate for 14 days from the date they were there.
NSW Health has issued a warning to patrons of the Thai Rock restaurant at Potts Point which has the same owners as its namesake eatery in Wetherill Park linked to 67 coronavirus cases.
NSW Health has advised that “everyone who attended these events is now considered a close contact and must isolate, get tested for COVID-19 regardless of any symptoms”.
by Natalie Wolfe and Candace Sutton <br />
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