NSW Health authorities have issued a coronavirus alert for anyone who attended three more venues across the city.
A new case identified today went to Matinee Coffee in Marrickville on July 26 between 8am and 9am and on July 27 between 7am and 7.45am, a statement released tonight says.
Another confirmed case, identified on July 27, went to the Tan Viet restaurant in Cabramatta on July 23 from noon to 2pm.
Pictured: Matinee Coffee in Marrickville. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer
A third case, also identified today, went to the Apollo Restaurant in Potts Point on July 25 but also the Harpoon and Hotel Harry pub in Surry Hills on July 26 from 2.15pm to 11pm in the indoor dining areas.
Anyone who attended any of the three venues have been urgently advised to monitor their symptoms, self-isolate for a fortnight and get tested for COVID-19.
The three venues also come in addition to the Fitness First gym in St Leonards that confirmed it had closed earlier today for cleaning after a member who visited there on July 27 between 9am and 10.30am tested positive for coronavirus.
Patrons and staff who were in the gym at the same time must also isolate for 14 days and get tested regardless of symptoms, NSW Health says.
People who were at the gym at this time but only attended a group fitness class are not required to isolate, but should monitor for symptoms.
The case linked to the gym also attended a Woolworths supermarket in Crow’s Nest on July 27 between 10.30am and 11am.
Customers and staff at the store during this time are considered casual contacts. They should continue to monitor for symptoms and get tested if they become unwell.