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A huge list of 89 new coronavirus exposure sites in Sydney has been revealed, including several Coles and Woolworths supermarkets, as well as Bunnings and McDonald’s.

The relentlessly crowing list comes as Sydneysiders prepare for another four weeks in lockdown, with another 177 cases announced on Wednesday. 

A sewage alert has also been put out for Molong in western New South Wales after fragments of the virus were found in wastewater.

Health authorities fear the shocking find could signal and ‘undetected’ spread of the highly contagious Indian Delta variant in the remote community of about 1700 people.

‘NSW Health is aware of a case in the Molong area however this case does not live within the catchment,’ the department said in a statement.

‘NSW Health is concerned that the detection could signal undetected cases in the community and asks people in these areas to be alert for any symptom that could signal Covid-19, including a sore throat, runny nose, cough, fever or headache.

‘If symptoms appear, please isolate and get tested immediately and remain isolated until a negative result is received.’

Meanwhile in the epicentre of the state’s coronavirus outbreak which has now climbed to 2,574 cases, the number of exposure sites continues to spiral leaving contact tracers under immense pressure.  

A public health alert has been sent out for Fairfield McDonalds in the city’s west for July 15 with anyone who visited the fast food restaurant between 9:00pm and 9:30pm considered a close contact and urged to immediately get tested and self isolate until they get the all clear. 

More to follow. 


Anyone who attended the following venues on the times listed is a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result:

Roselands: Caltex Woolworths – Monday July 26, 3.10pm – 3.20pm

Anyone who travelled on the below buses at the times listed is a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result:

Route 25: Tuggerah Station to Bateau Bay – Friday July 23, 1.58pm – 2.35pm 

Route 21: Lions Park, Central Coast Highway, to Gosford Train Station – Friday July 23, 3.41pm – 4.30pm

Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed is a casual contact who must immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received: 

Campsie: Woolworths – Thursday July 15, 6.20pm – 6.40pm, Friday July 23, 1pm – 1.20pm and Tuesday July 27, 2pm – 2.20pm

Fairfield: McDonald’s – Thursday July 15, 9pm – 9.30pm

Auburn: Woolworths – Saturday July 17, 10.40am – 11.05am 

Kingswood: Freechoice – Monday July 19, 2.10pm – 2.25pm

Fairfield Heights: 7-Eleven – Monday July 19, 7pm – 7.10pm

Merrylands: Services Australia – Tuesday July 20, 10.50am – 11.05am

Campsie: Campsie Growers Market – Wednesday July 21, 8.30am – 6pm and Thursday July 22, 8am – 3pm

Fairfield: Woolworths – Wednesday July 21, 12.30pm – 1.30pm, Thursday July 22, 1.35pm – 2.40pm and Friday July 23, 7.30pm – 8pm

Fairfield Heights: Fairfield Heights Tobacconist – Wednesday July 21, 1pm – 2pm

Campsie: Jin Mart – Wednesday July 21, 4.10pm – 4.20pm

Bansktown: Bankstown Lebanese Fruit and Mixed Business – Thursday July 22, 10am – 10.15am

Harris Park: Australia Post – Thursday July 22, 2.30pm – 2.40pm

Campsie: Chemist Warehouse – Thursday July 22, 6pm – 6.15pmm

Liverpool: Woolworths – Thursday July 22, 7pm – 8.15pm

Cabramatta: Heng’s Garage – Friday July 23, 7pm – 8.15pm

Prospect: Uncle Sid’s Oven – Friday July 23, 11.30am – 12pm

Long Jetty: 7-Eleven – Friday July 23, 3.15pm – 3.35pm

Blacktown: Kebab Express – Friday July 23, 8.40pm – 8.50pm 

Kings Park: Subway – Friday July 23, 9pm – 9.05pm

Campsie: Jono’s Cafe – Saturday July 24, 10am – 10.15am 

Leichardt: Blooms the Chemist – Saturday July 24, 10.30am – 10.45am

Blacktown: Chester Jakes SuperSave Chemist – Saturday July 24, 10.35am – 10.50am

Lidcombe: Cafe Rodem – Saturday July 24, 11.50am – 11.55am

Ingleburn: Speedway – Saturday July 24, 1pm – 2pm

Ingleburn: Woolworths – Saturday July 24, 2.50pm – 3.05pm

The Ponds: Priceline Pharmacy – Saturday July 24, 4.10pm – 4.20pm

Hornsby: Dan Murphy’s – Saturday July 24, 5.20pm – 5.40pm

Burwood: Woolworths – Saturday July 24, 9.15pm – 9.35pm

Burwood: Coles – Saturday July 24 – 9.30pm – 9.50pm

Spring Farm: Choice Pharmacy – Monday July 26, 12pm – 1pm

Spring Farm: Woolworths – Monday July 26, 12pm – 1pm

Lakemba: Woolworths – Tuesday July 27, 2.30pm – 2.45pm




Source: DailyMail

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