Urgent alert for a cinema, a Woolworths and four busy bus routes over fears confirmed coronavirus cases have infected other residents
- Customers at Woolworths Oran Park on October 12 need to monitor symptoms
- Same applies to those who visited United Cinema in Narellan last Saturday
- Bus routes are also on high alert between Campbelltown Station and Bradbury
- The COVID-19 cases are linked to the Oran Park cluster, NSW Health said
An urgent health alert has been issued after positive coronavirus cases visited Woolworths, a cinema and travelled on four busy bus routes.
NSW Health said confirmed cases of COVID-19 linked to the Oran Park cluster attended the venues in western Sydney and on the South Coast over the past nine days.
Customers who shopped at Woolworths Oran Park, in south-west Sydney, on Monday October 12 are urged to monitor for symptoms and get tested if they develop.
Those who visited the United Cinema in Narellan’s Town Centre on Saturday October 10 are potentially a close contact and should monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop.
Anyone who attended Woolworths at Oran Park (pictured) are urged to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms
Visitors to the United Cinema (pictured) in the Narellan Town Centre on Saturday October 10 are also asked to keep a look out for symptoms
Revellers who visited Gregory Hills Hotel on the evening of Friday October 9 are also advised to monitor for symptoms.
A number of bus routes in south-west Sydney have also been put on alert.
They include anyone who caught the 840 from Oran Park Drive (South Street Circuit) to Campbelltown Station on Wednesday October 14, between 9.40am and 10.10am and the 885 from Campbelltown Station to Bradbury on Wednesday October 14, from 10.15am to 10.45am.
The two other potentially impacted routes were the 885 from Bradbury to Campbelltown Station on Wednesday October 14, between 2pm and 2.30pm and the 840 from Campbelltown Station to Bradbury on Wednesday October 14, between 3pm and 3.30pm.
NSW Health said contact tracing is underway.
On the South Coast, a positive COVID-19 case visited Shellharbour South Beach and Little Park on Sunday October 11 between 12pm-4pm.
NSW Health said it is a ‘concern’ testing numbers have dropped recently.
‘We are appealing to the community to come forward for testing right away if you have even the mildest of symptoms like a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, fever or other symptoms that could be COVID-19,’ they said.
Representatives from NSW Health (pictured) have recommended people continue to be tested for COVID if they experience any symptoms