By Kristy Johnson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:39 BST, 1 August 2020 | Updated: 02:43 BST, 1 August 2020
Weekend Sunrise presenter Matt Doran has revealed that he's in mandatory self-isolation at his Sydney home for 14 days.
Absent from Saturday's program, the 36-year-old told host Monique Wright that he dined at The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point last month, which has since closed for cleaning after a number of positive COVID-19 cases.
Matt, who received a negative test result on Friday, said his main concern was for his mother Paula Doran, who he lives with and suffers from chronic anemia.
Quarantine: Weekend Sunrise's Matt Doran (pictured), 36, revealed on Saturday's program that he's in mandatory self-isolation for 14 days at his Sydney home, after coming into close contact with a COVID-19 case at a Sydney restaurant
Appearing on the program via Zoom, Matt revealed that he enjoyed a solitary meal at The Apollo sometime between July 15 and July 25.
'In my case it was a staff member there [who tested positive], there's now been at least six confirmed cases from that restaurant,' he said.
The journalist got a test for COVID-19 'first thing', and is now 'in the middle' of 14 days of self-isolation at home.
Restaurant: Appearing on the program via Zoom, Matt revealed that he enjoyed a solitary meal at The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point (pictured),