A cafe and a medical centre in Belmore, along with a number of bus routes in south-west Sydney, have been added to NSW Health’s list of COVID-19 exposure sites.
Anyone who was at the Raw Coffee Bar in Belmore between 5:00am and 3:00pm during the 10 days from Wednesday July 7 to Friday July 16 is considerd a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days.
The same applies to anyone who attended the Belmore Medical Centre on July 8 between 2:50pm and 3:10pm.
Passengers on several buses travelling between Smithfield and Prairiewood, Prairiewood and Wetherill Park, within Wetherill Park, Prairiewood to Fairfield Heights, and from Fairfield to Fairfield Heights at various times between July 7 and 9 also may have been exposed to an infectious person.
They are considered a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days.
Two Sydney Trains replacement buses running between Sydenham and Lakemba on Saturday July 10 between 2:45pm and 4:02pm have also been added to the list.
For the complete list of exposure venues, visit the NSW Health website.