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    Covid NSW: Aude Al-Askar, 27, died in southwest Sydney in his home two weeks after diagnosis

    EXCLUSIVE: Forklift driver, 27, who died in his own home after contracting Covid-19 was married just six weeks ago and felt ’90 per cent fine’ – as his heartbroken wife fights for her life in hospital

    • Aude Al-Askar collapsed in the shower and could not be revived on Tuesday
    • The 27-year-old had been diagnosed with Covid almost two weeks earlier  
    • But his family say he had a heart condition and are not certain Covid killed him
    • Mr Al-Askar’s wife is in hospital being treated for shock and for coronavirus 

    Pictured: Adi Al-Askar

    A newly-married factory worker collapsed in the shower and died a day before he was due to finish home isolation with Covid-19

    Adi Al-Askar, 27, from Liverpool in Sydney’s south-west, had been ‘feeling 90% fine’ after being diagnosed with virus late last month. 

    He is believed to have been infected from his wife, who works in aged care. The couple were married just six weeks ago as Sydney was plunged into lockdown to stem the spread of the highly-infectious Delta variant.  

    But on Tuesday afternoon the young man collapsed and was unable to be revived. 

    New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejikilian said on Wednesday morning a man in his 20s had died from Covid, making him the youngest victim of the virus in NSW.

    But Mr Al-Askar’s cousin Khalid Thijeel told Daily Mail Australia that the family has a history of heart conditions, and they would be waiting for a Coroner to confirm his cause of death. 

    ‘He woke up yesterday, he was feeling good, he had breakfast, called his family and then he had a shower about 4pm and that was it,’ Mr Thijeel said. 

    ‘He only got married about 6 weeks ago… [he was] just starting his life.’ 

    Pictured: Mr Al-Askar on his wedding day, just six weeks ago

    Pictured: Mr Al-Askar on his wedding day, just six weeks ago

    Aude Al-Askar, 27, from Liverpool in Sydney’s south-west, had been ‘feeling 90% fine’ after being diagnosed with virus late last month

    Aude Al-Askar, 27, from Liverpool in Sydney’s south-west, had been ‘feeling 90% fine’ after being diagnosed with virus late last month

    Mr Al-Askar’s wife, who was quarantining with him inside their unit, found him unconscious in the shower and called for an ambulance.

    She was rushed to hospital in shock. She, too, had minor symptoms.

    ‘He had no coughing, nothing,’ Mr Thijeel said.   

    Paramedics who responded to the emergency reportedly confirmed that he suffered heart failure, whereas the hospital specified that Covid was a contributing factor in his death.  

    He received a positive Covid diagnosis less than two weeks ago and did not develop any symptoms until about a week into his infection.

    Even then, family say he was ‘about 90 per cent fine’.

    Mr Al-Askar was looking forward to being able to leave his home again after serving his two week isolation period – which would have expired on Wednesday.  

    Mr Al-Askar's cousin Khalid Thijeel (pictured together) said the family are not certain he died of Covid-19, despite what authorities have told them

    Mr Al-Askar’s cousin Khalid Thijeel (pictured together) said the family are not certain he died of Covid-19, despite what authorities have told them

    Health workers are pictured at a Covid-19 testing clinic in Fairfield in Sydney's south-west

    Health workers are pictured at a Covid-19 testing clinic in Fairfield in Sydney’s south-west

    Friends have expressed their shock and horror at learning of Mr Al-Askar’s death.

    One woman, who went to weekend school with Mr Al-Askar to learn Arabic together, said he was one of the ‘friendliest boys’ she knew who had ‘kindness in his heart for everyone’. 

    She was told that ‘his heart couldn’t handle the infection’.

    Mr Al-Askar’s cousin explained the 27-year-old forklift driver had not yet been vaccinated against Covid.

    Given his youth, Mr Al-Askar didn’t consider getting the jab a priority, and was still wary of potential long term effects the newly developed vaccine might have. 

    Mr Thijeel stressed his cousin was not an ‘anti vaxxer’, but was hesitant after mixed messaging from the government.

    ‘He was young, and it’s my understanding he wanted to see what long-term effects there were…he doesn’t have children yet, but would it affect them’,’ he said.

    ‘He was just waiting to see’. 

    Mr Al-Askar's cousin Khalid Thijeel told Daily Mail Australia that the family has a history of heart conditions, and they would be waiting for a Coroner to confirm his cause of death

    Mr Al-Askar’s cousin Khalid Thijeel told Daily Mail Australia that the family has a history of heart conditions, and they would be waiting for a Coroner to confirm his cause of death

    New South Wales recorded another 233 cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday as Sydney's Delta outbreak continues to grow

    New South Wales recorded another 233 cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday as Sydney’s Delta outbreak continues to grow

    Premier Gladys Berejiklian and chief health officer Kerry Chant are now urging all Sydneysiders to get vaccinated as soon as possible. 

    Young people were initially not considered a priority age group under the government rollout. 

    They’ve warned the Delta variant is spreading rampantly within young communities and repeatedly said that an increasing amount of under-40s are finding themselves in hospital after contracting the virus. 

    ‘This disease is lethal and it affects people of all ages,’ Ms Berejiklian said on Wednesday.

    ‘We can’t stress how important it is to come forward and get vaccinated. If you are vaccinated you are staying out of hospital, staying out of the ICU and helping to reduce the spread of the virus.’

    New South Wales recorded another 233 cases of Covid overnight.

    Forty-seven of the new cases were infectious in the community. The source of 133 infections is still under investigation. 

    An unvaccinated woman in her 80s from Sydney’s inner-west also died at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital on Tuesday, taking the death toll from the city’s latest outbreak of the highly-contagious Delta strain to 17. 

    Mr Al-Askar's cousin explained the 27-year-old forklift driver had not yet been vaccinated against Covid

    Mr Al-Askar’s cousin explained the 27-year-old forklift driver had not yet been vaccinated against Covid

    The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation’s latest advice states that increased transmissibility of the Delta variant outweighs any minor risks associated with the AstraZeneca jab. 

    ‘In a large outbreak, the benefits of the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca are greater than the risk of rare side effects for all age groups,’ the advice states.

    ‘ATAGI reiterates that all adults in greater Sydney should strongly consider the benefits of earlier protection with COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca rather than waiting for alternative vaccines.’  

    Six Australians have died as a result of developing blood clots after receiving their AstraZeneca jab, out of about 12.3million doses administered.   

    Meanwhile 17 people have died as a result of the current Covid outbreak in NSW.  

    NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant put the state’s Hunter and Newcastle region – more than 100km away from Sydney – on alert after fragments of Covid-19 were found in sewage testing.

    Given his youth, Mr Al-Askar didn't consider getting the jab a priority, and was still wary of potential long term effects the newly developed vaccine might have

    Given his youth, Mr Al-Askar didn’t consider getting the jab a priority, and was still wary of potential long term effects the newly developed vaccine might have

    She said the virus had been detected at three sewerage plants in the region which serve about 225,800 residents.

    ‘We are dealing with one of the most challenging times we have ever experienced as a nation,’ she said after a record 174 venues were added to NSW’s spiralling list of coronavirus exposure sites overnight.

    She called for Sydneysiders to more strictly follow the rules of the city’s stay-at-home orders and revealed authorities were still finding cases where residents were flouting lockdown rules or not self-isolating properly.

    ‘The numbers are going up because we have a high number of people still infectious in the community,’ Dr Chant said.

    ‘We are still having people who are still not isolating. We are still seeing people visiting their families.’

    The 174 new exposure sites are spread across 80 suburbs and include 20 Woolworths supermarkets, three Bunnings, five Coles and a host of cafes, pharmacists and grocery stores.

    The worst-hit area is Cabramatta with a whopping 14 sites, including a range of financial branches such as ANZ, a Commonwealth Bank branch and ATM, Westpac, Captain Cash Loans, Hai Ha Money Transfer and Western Union.

    Customers who shopped at any of the venues listed have been told to isolate until a negative test is received.

    Everyday Happy Shoes is also on the list, as well as New Good Luck Butchery, Phuong Thao Fruit Ang Vegetable, Sharetea Cabramatta, Viet Hoa Seafoods and Woolworths Cabramatta which is listed between July 21 and 28.

    Bankstown came a close second with 11 exposure sites, including Woolworths at Centro Shopping Centre which is listed 13 times under various dates spanning July 20 to July 31 after infected staff unknowingly worked with the virus.

    An Aldi supermarket in Bankstown is also an exposure site, along with a BWS liquor store, a post office, Baby Bunting, three pharmacies, a kebab shop, bakery and a fruit store.

    A Woolworths supermarket on Patrick Street was also on the list, along with Good Luck Meat, Daily Bread Shop, Coles and Broaster chicken.

    In Campsie, also in Sydney’s west, there were ten sites including Chemist Warehouse, Discount Drug Store, Alan Lo Chemist, Canaan Supermarket and Wholesale, Om Sri Stores, The World of Fruit and Woolworths.

    Pendle Hill recorded ten infection sites, including 7-Eleven on Wentworth Avenue which has exposure five dates spanning from July 14 to 26.

    CTC Pendle Hill is also on the list, along with Metro Petroleum, Pendle Hill Fish Market, Halal Meat, Mediadvice Pharmacy, Rajah Supermarket and Woolworths.

    Other affected suburbs in the west included Parramatta with seven sites, Casula with five sites, Seven Hills with seven, Doonside with two, Hurstville with three, Quakers Hill with two and Wentworthville with three.

    Further east, a person infected with Covid went to Chemist Warehouse on Pitt Street in the Sydney CBD on July 23 between 6.20pm and 6.40pm, and Guzman Y Gomez at Broadway Shopping Centre on July 29 between 8.05pm and 8.15pm.

    A Covid-19 vaccination is administered at the Bankstown Sports Club on Tuesday. The Bankstown local government area is one of 11 LGAs under tougher restrictions than the rest of Sydney

    A Covid-19 vaccination is administered at the Bankstown Sports Club on Tuesday. The Bankstown local government area is one of 11 LGAs under tougher restrictions than the rest of Sydney

    The outbreak in the city’s north appears to be fairly contained, with one site listed in Macquarie Park – an Aldi at the Macquarie Centre between 4pm and 4.30pm on July 24.

    Ms Berejiklian meanwhile flagged on Tuesday Australia’s largest city could start opening up in stages as the state, but for that to happen, she wanted six million jabs in arms across the state within weeks.

    That would mean half the eligible population receiving either their first or second dose of a Covid-19 vaccination.

    ‘We know that 10 million jabs gives us 80 per cent of the adult population vaccinated,’ she said.

    ‘By the end of August, I’d like to see New South Wales record six million jabs – that is roughly half the population with at least one or two doses.’

    Ms Berejiklian said though even a 50 per cent vaccination rate would not be enough to completely remove all social distancing restrictions in Sydney.

    ‘We would never relax completely at a 50 per cent vaccination rate,’ she said.

    ‘Every milestone we hit gives the government more options but we can’t have those freedoms at 50 per cent.’

    New exposure sites in Sydney on Tuesday night

    If you have been to this venues at these times, NSW Health advises you should get tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result.

    Campsie: The World of Fruit – Monday July 19, 3pm to 4pm, Tuesday July 20, 6am to 7pm, Wednesday July 21, 5am to 7pm, Thursday July 22, 5am to 7pm,  Friday July 23, 5am to 7pm, Saturday July 24, 5am to 7pm, Sunday July 25, 5am to 7pm      

    If you have been at any of these venues at these times, NSW Health advises you should get tested immediately and self-isolate until you get a negative result. 

    Banksmeadow: Price and Speed Containers – Friday 23 July 23, 6:45am to 7:00am, 2:55pm to 4:05pm  Get tested immediately. Self-isolate until you get a negative result. 

    Bankstown: Al Baraka Quality Meat – Friday July 23, 12pm to 12:10pm, Monday July 26, 12:01am to 10:15am,Wednesday July 28, 8:35am to 8:55am, Monday July 26, 2:30pm to 1:30pm  

    Bankstown: Australia Post Bankstown –  Thursday July 22, 3:45pm to 4:00pm  

    Bankstown: BWS Bankstown – Monday July 26, 1:05pm to 1:20pm 

    Bankstown: Baby Bunting –  Monday July 29, 2:00pm to 2:25pm  

    Bankstown: Chau’s Pharmacy –  Tuesday July 27, 3:30pm to 3:50pm   

    Bankstown: Chemist Warehouse Bankstown, Wednesday July 28, 8:40am to 9:00pm 

    Bankstown: Daily Delicious Bakery Bankstown – Monday July 26, 8:25am to 8:35pm 

    Bankstown:  Fields of Fruit – Sunday July 25, 2:50pm to 3:10pm

    Bankstown: Pharmacy 4 Less – Friday July 23, 12:40pm to 12:50pm, Sunday July 25, 7pm to 8pm, Wednesday July 28, 10:45am to 11am 

    Bankstown: TC Brothers Kebabs and Pizzas –  Tuesday July 27, 9:20pm to 9:30pm

    Bankstown: Woolworths,  Tuesday July 20, 5:30am to 3:30pm, Wednesday July 21, 6am to 3pm, Thursday July 22, 6:30am to 4:30pm, Friday July 23, 12:15pm to 12:40pm, Saturday July 24, 9am to 2pm, Sunday July 25, 8:55am to 9:10pm, Monday July 26, 12:45pm to 1:05pm, Tuesday July 27, 10:45am to 6pm, Wednesday July 28, 10:30am to 3:30pm, Friday July 30, 8am to 7pm, Saturday July 31, 9am to 12:30pm

    Bankstown Aerodrome: ALDI Bankstown Airport – Saturday July 31, 10:40am to 11:05am

    Bass Hill: A Slice Of the Middle East – Wednesday July 28, 1:15pm to 1:30pm

    Bass Hill: Aldi Bass Hill – Monday July 26, 5:45pm to 6:30pm 

    Bass Hill: Woolworths  –  Wednesday July 21, 9:05am to 9:30am, Wednesday July 28, 12pm to 1:30pm, Thursday July 29, 1pm to 1:15pm, Friday July 30, 3:30pm to 3:55pm 

    Belfield: Natures Best Belfield – Saturday July 24, 10am to 10:30am 

    Berala: Woolworths – Thursday July 22, 8:10pm to 9:25pm, Friday July 30, 2:15pm to 2:30pm

    Bexley North: Woolworths Metro – Saturday July 24, 10:05am to 10:10am, 4:05pm to 4:15pm, 8:55pm to 9:05pm, Sunday July 25, 2:50pm to 3pm, Monday July 26,  1:50pm to 1:55pm, 4pm to 4:10pm

    Blacktown: Broaster Chicken – Friday July 23, 10:30am to 11am 

    Blacktown: Coles – Wednesday July 21, 10:20pm to 10:45pm 

    Blacktown: Daily Bread Shop – Friday July 23, 1:30pm to 1:35pm 

    Blacktown: Good Luck Meat – Tuesday July 20, 12pm to 12:20pm 

    Blacktown: Woolworths – Friday July 23, 4:05pm to 4:30pm, Sunday July 25, 9:55am to 10:30am, Monday July 26, 5pm to 5:35pm

    Bonnyrigg: Woolworths – Monday July 5, 7:30pm to 8:30pm, Monday July 12, 10am to 10:30am, Sunday July 18, 6pm to 6:45pm, Saturday July 24, 12pm to 12:30pm, Sunday July 25, 2:55pm to 3:05pm, Tuesday July 27, 11:15am to 11:35am, Friday July 30, 4:20pm to 4:40pm 

    Brookvale: Woolworths – Saturday July 31, 11:35am to 12:05pm 

    Cabramatta: ANZ Cabramatta – Friday July 30, 9:50am to 10am 

    Cabramatta: Australia Post Cabramatta – Tuesday July 27, 9:45am to 9:55am 

    Cabramatta: Captain Cash Loans – Monday July 26, 3:20pm to 3:25pm 

    Cabramatta: Commonwealth Bank – Monday July 26, 8am to 8:05am 

    Cabramatta: Commonwealth Bank ATM – Tuesday July 27, All day, Wednesday July 28, 9am to 9:05am

    Cabramatta: Everyday Happy Shoes – Monday July 26, 3:15pm to 3:30pm, Tuesday July 27, 11:50am to 12pm

    Cabramatta: Hai Ha Money Transfer – Sunday July 25, 9:07am to 9:08am, Wednesday July 28, 1:10pm to 1:15pm  

    Cabramatta: New Good Luck Butchery – Sunday July 25, 9:40am to 9:50am 

    Cabramatta: Phuong Thao Fruit And Vegetable – Monday July 26, 5:30am to 5:40am 

    Cabramatta: Sharetea – Tuesday July 27, 1pm to 1:10pm, Wednesday July 28, 1:45pm to 2pm

    Cabramatta: Viet Hoa Seafoods – Sunday July 25, 9:15am to 9:30am, Tuesday July 27, 12:20pm to 12:25pm, Wednesday July 28, 1:15pm to 1:25pm

    Cabramatta: Western Union – Wednesday July 28, 1:10pm to 1:15pm

    Cabramatta: Westpac Bank – Wednesday July 21, 12:20pm to 12:30pm 

    Cabramatta: Woolworths – Wednesday July 21, 12:25pm to 12:45pm, Friday July 23, 5:45pm to 6pm, Saturday July 24, 1:30pm to 1:35pm, Sunday July 25, 9:45am to 9:55am, Monday July 26, 8am to 8:30am, Tuesday July 27, 2pm to 2:30pm, Wednesday July 28, 4:10pm to 4:25pm

    Campsie: Alan Lo Chemist – Wednesday July 28, 4:30pm to 4:55pm 

    Campsie: Campsie Discount Drug Store – Wednesday July 28, 6:05pm to 12am 

    Campsie: Campsie Pharmacy – Thursday July 22, all day, Sunday July 25, All day

    Campsie: Canaan Supermarket Campsie – Thursday July 22, 11:45am to 11:40am, Sunday July 25, 1:05pm to 2pm, Tuesday July 27, 10:20am to 10:30am

    Campsie: Canaan Wholesale – Sunday July 25, 1pm to 1:05pm, Wednesday July 28, 9:25am to 9:35am, Thursday July 29, 11:40am to 11:50am, 3pm to 3:05pm 

    Campsie: Chemist Warehouse –  Thursday July 22, 10:25am to 10:35am, 6pm to 6:15pm

    Campsie: Om Sri Stores –  Tuesday July 27, 3:20pm to 3:25pm, Wednesday July 28, 6:15pm to 12am 

    Campsie: Woolworths – Thursday July 15, 4:10pm to 4:30pm, 6:20pm to 6:40pm, Tuesday July 20, 10am to 11am, Thursday July 22, 11:35am to 12:15pm, Friday July 23, 1pm to 1:20pm, Tuesday July 27, 2pm to 2:20pm, 3:05pm to 3:20pm

    Canley Heights: Digi Electronics – Friday July 30, 2:10pm to 2:45pm

    Canley Heights: Saiko-T – Friday July 30, 2pm to 2:10pm

    Canterbury: Australia Post – Wednesday July 28, 3pm to 3:10pm

    Carlton: Big Fresh Carlton – Friday July 30, 2:45pm to 12am 

    Castle Hill: Aldi – Wednesday July 28, 5:45pm to 6:15pm 

    Casula: Coles – Saturday July 17, 12:10pm to 1:30pm, Thursday July 22, 4:45pm to 5:15pm, Sunday July 25, 3pm to 4pm

    Casula: King Ananas – Sunday July 25, 3pm to 4pm

    Casula: Oliver Brown – Sunday July 25, 3pm to 4pm 

    Casula: Shell Coles Express – Friday July 23, 5pm to 5:10pm

    Casula:  Woolworths – Sunday July 25, 3:20pm to 3:35pm

    Chester Hill: Chester Hill Newsagency, Thursday July 29, 4:30pm to 4:40pm 

    Chullora: Woolworths – Monday July 26, 11am to 12pm 

    Clemton Park: Coles – Sunday July 25, 1:30pm to 2pm, Tuesday July 27, 11:15am to 11:40am, Wednesday July 28, 4:05pm to 4:35pm

    Condell Park: Condell Park Produce – Saturday July 31, 10:05am to 10:10am 

    Condell Park: Thien’s Auto Repairs – Tuesday July 27, 11:20am to 11:25am 

    Condell Park: Watsup Brothers Kebabs – Tuesday July 27, 10:25am to 10:35am 

    Constitution Hill:  Watch Your Fingers Patisserie – Thursday July 29, 12:15pm to 12:30pm 

    Doonside: Pinoy Stop – Sunday July 25, 3:45pm to 4:15pm

    Doonside: SUPA IGA Rainbow – Monday July 26, 6:35pm to 6:45pm, Wednesday July 28, 8pm to 8:15pm

    Edmonson Park: Loaded by BL Ed Square – Saturday July 24, 6pm to 7pm 

    Fairfield: Red Lea Chickens – Sunday July 25, 10:25pm to 10:40pm 

    Fairfield West: Sweets and Groceries on Hamilton – Friday July 30, 11:50am to 11:55am 

    Figtree: Woolworths – Tuesday July 27, 12:30pm to 1pm

    Georges Hall: Supa IGA –  Saturday July 31, 10:20am to 10:35am

    Granville: Chemist Warehouse – Wednesday July 21, 6pm to 6:30pm, Monday July 26, 10:20am to 10:25am 

    Granville: Commonwealth Bank – Monday July 26, 10am to 10:15am

    Greenfield Park:  Lucky Greenfield Mixed Business – Saturday July 24, 1:10pm to 1:20pm

    Greystanes: Australia Post – Thursday July 29, 3:25pm to 3:40pm

    Guildford: 7-Eleven – Tuesday July 27, 4:15pm to 4:30pm

    Guildford: Aldi – Saturday July 24, 1:30pm to 2pm, Monday July 26, 11am to 11:20am

    Guildford: Westpac – Tuesday July 27, 1:55pm to 2:10pm

    Harris Park: Chatkazz – Tuesday July 27, 2:15pm to 2:30pm

    Harris Park: Cincotta Discount Chemist – Tuesday July 27, 2:10pm to 2:25pm, 8:35pm to 8:45pm

    Harris Park: Sai Grocery Mart – Monday July 26, 1:50pm to 2:05pm, Tuesday July 27, 1:25pm to 1:30pm  

    Heckenberg: Heckenberg Cellars Supermarket – Sunday July 25, 2:05pm to 2:15pm

    Heckenberg: Hong Anh Grocery – Monday July 26, 1:25pm to 1:30pm

    Heckenberg: Lola’s Island Shop – Sunday July 25, 2pm to 2:10pm, Monday July 26, 1:15pm to 1:30pm

    Hurstville: Kmart – Saturday July 24, 1pm to 6pm, Sunday July 25, 10am to 3pm

    Hurstville: Le Wrap –  Tuesday July 20, 10am to 10:30am

    Hurstville: Oporto – Tuesday July 20, 10:30am to 11am 

    Ingleburn: Commonwealth Bank – Monday July 26, 9:25am to 9:35am

    Ingleburn: Freechoice – Monday July 26, 9:15am to 9:20am

    Kingsgrove: Woolworths – Tuesday July 27, 2:10pm to 2:20pm

    Kogarah: Blake Street Kitchen – Wednesday July 28, 7:25pm to 7:35pm, Friday July 30, 1:20pm to 1:30pm

    Lakemba: Lakemba Mobile House – Tuesday July 27, 2:15pm to 2:20pm 

    Lakemba: Syd Hoque Trading Grocery Shop – Sunday July 25, 5:25pm to 5:35pm

    Leppington: Chemist Warehouse – Sunday July 25, 10:30am to 10:45am

    Liverpool: Coles – Wednesday July 28, 12:35pm to 12:55pm

    Liverpool: Big Daddy’s Burger Bar – Wednesday July 28, 12pm to 12:10pm

    Liverpool:  Sam’s Country Growers – Saturday July 24, 10:15am to 10:40am, Wednesday July 28, 11:50am to 12pm

    Macquarie Fields: Chemist Warehouse  – Tuesday July 27, 12am to 12am 

    Macquarie Fields: Woolworths – Tuesday July 27, 5:55pm to 6:10pm

    Macquarie Fields: Glenquarie Laundromat – Tuesday July 27, 5:50pm to 5:55pm 

    Macquarie Park: Aldi – Saturday July 24, 4pm to 4:30pm

    Mascot: Oliver Brown – Saturday July 24, 11:40am to 11:45am

    Merrylands: Trims Fresh – Friday July 23, 10am to 12pm

    Minchinbury: Bunnings – Saturday July 31, 9:45am to 10:15am

    Mount Annan: Australia Post – Wednesday July 28, 4:35pm to 4:45pm

    North Rocks: 7-Eleven – Wednesday July 28, 1:25pm to 1:45pm

    North Rocks: Coles – Friday July 30, 3:15pm to 4pm

    North Rocks: Priceline – Friday July 30, 3:15pm to 3:30pm

    Northmead: Bunnings – Wednesday July 28, 3:45pm to 4pm

    Padstow:  Barry’s Quality Meat – Monday July 26, 12pm to 12:25pm

    Padstow: Blooms Chemist – Saturday July 24, 1:15pm to 1:25pm

    Padstow: Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology – Tuesday July 27, 10:30am to 10:45am

    Parklea: Parklea Markets – Saturday July 24, 8:35am to 8:50am

    Parramatta: Bourke Street Bakery – Monday July 26, 9:05am to 9:10am, Tuesday July 27, 8am to 8:10am

    Parramatta: Centrelink – Tuesday July 20, 12:10pm to 12:45pm, Tuesday July 27, 12:30pm to 1:30pm, Wednesday July 28, 11:45am to 12am

    Parramatta: Coles – Sunday July 25, 3:50pm to 4:30pm, Monday July 26, 1:55pm to 2:35pm 

    Parramatta: Commonwealth Bank – Tuesday July 27, 3:15pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday July 28, 2:05pm to 3:15pm

    Parramatta: Service NSW – Tuesday July 27, 1:40pm to 3:25pm

    Parramatta: Stellamoon Cafe – Tuesday July 27, 8:25am to 8:35am

    Parramatta: The Edge Supplement Nutrition – Tuesday July 27, 9:05am to 9:10am

    Peakhurst: Petbarn – Thursday July 29, 5:20pm to 5:25pm

    Pendle Hill: 7-Eleven – Wednesday July 14, 6:15pm to 6:45pm, Friday July 23, 5am to 5:05am, 11:10am to 11:20am, Sunday July 25, 2:50pm to 3pm, Monday July 26, 5am to 5:05am

    Pendle Hill: CTC – Monday July 26, 3pm to 3:05pm

    Pendle Hill: Metro Petroleum – Friday July 23, 7:45pm to 8pm

    Pendle Hill: Pendle Hill Fish Market – Sunday July 25, 1pm to 1:30pm, Tuesday July 27, 12:15pm to 12:30pm

    Pendle Hill: Pendle Hill Halal Meat – Sunday July 25, 10:30am to 10:40am

    Pendle Hill: Pendle Hill Meat Market – Sunday July 25, 1pm to 1:30pm

    Pendle Hill: Mediadvice Pharmacy – Friday July 23, 9:30am to 9:40am, Sunday July 25, 9:20am to 9:25am

    Pendle Hill: Pendle Inn Hotel – Friday July 23, 6:15pm to 6:25pm, Saturday July 24, 2:20pm to 2:30pm, 6:20pm to 6:30pm, Sunday July 25, 11:20am to 11:55am, Wednesday July 28, 1:40pm to 1:50pm

    Pendle Hill: Rajah Supermarket – Sunday July 25, 1pm to 1:30pm

    Pendle Hill: Woolworths Metro – Friday July 23, 3pm to 3:25pm, Sunday July 25, 10:35am to 10:40am, Monday July 26, 12:05pm to 12:15pm, 2:50pm to 3pm

    Prestons: Scania Australia – Saturday July 24, 9:20am to 9:45am

    Prestons: West Trans Service – Friday July 23, 12:30pm to 1pm

    Prestons: Woolworths – Wednesday July 28, 7:30am to 7:55am

    Prestons: XS Espresso – Monday July 26, 7:30am to 8am

    Punchbowl: Abu Ahmad Butchery – Monday July 26, 2:40pm to 2:50pm

    Quakers Hill: 7-Eleven – Wednesday July 21, 10:40pm to 10:50pm

    Quakers Hill: McDonalds – Monday July 19, 10:20pm to 10:30pm

    Rockdale: Rockdale Plaza Newsagency – Monday July 26, 11am to 11:20am

    Rooty Hill:  Bayliss Hardware – Saturday July 31, 9am to 10am

    Rosehill: Woolworths – Friday July 23, 9:30am to 9:45am

    Roselands: Caltex – Friday July 23, 6:45pm to 6:55pm

    Ryde: Woolworths – Saturday July 31, 9:30pm to 10pm

    Seven HiIls: Woolworths – Sunday August 1, 12:55pm to 1:10pm

    Seven Hills: Aldi – Wednesday July 28, 9:10am to 9:50am 

    Seven Hills: Australia Post – Wednesday July 28, 1:05pm to 1:35pm

    Seven Hills: Milan Bazaar – Friday July 23, 3:50pm to 4:05pm

    Seven Hills: The Reject Shop – Friday July 23, 3:10pm to 3:15pm

    Seven Hills: Woolworths – Friday July 23, 3:15pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday July 28, 9:50am to 10am

    Smithfield: King Living Warehouse – Friday July 23, 10:55am to 9pm

    South Wentworthville: KFC – Friday July 30, 9pm to 9:05pm

    St Marys: Metro Petroleum – Sunday July 25, 5:45pm to 6:10pm

    St Marys: The Kai Drop – Sunday July 25, 10:40am to 10:50am

    Sydney: Chemist Warehouse – Friday July 23, 6:20pm to 6:40pm

    Toongabbie: Pharmacy Nutrition Warehouse – Wednesday July 28, 12:45pm to 1:30pm

    Tregear: IGA – Friday July 30, 3pm to 4pm

    Ultimo: Guzman Y Gomez Broadway – Thursday July 29, 8:05pm to 8:15pm

    Villawood: Bunnings – Thursday July 29, 4:05pm to 4:35pm

    Wakeley: IGA – Sunday July 25, 8pm to 9pm

    Warwick Farm: Dollar World Australia – Sunday July 25, 2:40pm to 2:50pm

    Wattle Grove: Village Discount Pharmacy – Friday July 23, 10:25am to 11am

    Wentworthville: Chemsave – Monday July 26, 8:10pm to 8:20pm

    Wentworthville: Officeworks – Friday July 23, 3:10pm to 3:35pm, Wednesday July 28, 1:50pm to 2:30pm

    Wentworthville: Udaya Supermart – Wednesday July 28, 7:55pm to 8:05pm

    Westmead: Speedway Petrol Station – Monday July 19, 9pm to 9:05pm

    Wetherill Park: McDonalds – Monday July 19, 1:40pm to 1:50pm

    Woodcroft: Barone Pharmacy – Wednesday July 21, 10:50am to 10:55am

    Yagoona: BWS – Monday July 26, 11:25am to 11:35am 

    Yagoona: Nepean Building and Infrastructure – Saturday July 31, 6am to 3pm 

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