New South Wales reports just FOUR new local coronavirus cases and six in hotel quarantine – but worrying cluster at a Sydney Legion Club grows
- NSW has recorded 10 new cases of COVID-19 including six in hotel quarantine
Just four new coronavirus cases have been locally sourced in New South Wales, with another six in hotel quarantine.
Two of the new cases are patrons from the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club in Sydney’s Waverley, after infected revellers went to the bar on several nights last week.
One of the new infections is a household contact of a previous case linked to the Liverpool Emergency Department.
Another is from a household contact after being associated to a cluster of cases in the CBD.
Health authorities are racing to trace any contact of known infections from the Legion Club in Waverley.
‘Anyone who lives in that area is urged to be alert for symptoms of COVID-19 and isolate, seek testing right away if they occur and stay isolated until a negative test is received,’ NSW Deputy Chief Health Officer, Dr Jeremy McAnulty said.
‘If you are unwell, get tested and isolate right away – don’t delay.’
More to follow.