By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:06 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 02:59 BST, 11 September 2020
Just four new coronavirus cases have been locally sourced in New South Wales, with another six in hotel quarantine.
Two of the new cases are patrons from the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club in Sydney's Waverley, after infected revellers went to the bar on several nights last week.
One of the new infections is a household contact of a previous case linked to the Liverpool Emergency Department.
The last case is from a household contact after they were associated to a cluster of cases in the CBD.
NSW has recorded ten new cases of COVID-19 on Friday including six in hotel quarantine (pictured people in face masks in Sydney's CBD on Thursday)
Anyone who was at the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club in Waverley (pictured) has been warned to watch for symptoms and get tested
Health authorities are racing to trace any contact of known infections from the Legion Club in Waverley.
Two of the seven cases recorded in NSW on Thursday were also linked to the club that has now been closed.
Anyone who was at the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club in Waverley between 5pm and 6.30pm on August 28 has been told to immediately get tested for COVID-19 and isolate until they receive a negative result.
The two persons involved also attended the club while infectious on the evenings of September 1, 4, 5 and 6.
This prompted NSW Deputy Chief Health Officer, Dr Jeremy McAnulty to warn everyone in the Waverley area to monitor for symptoms.
'Anyone who lives in that area is urged to be alert for symptoms of COVID-19 and isolate, seek testing right away if they occur and stay isolated until a negative test is received,' Dr McAnulty said.
'If you are unwell, get tested and isolate right away - don't delay.'
There are currently 83 patients being treated for the deadly disease and 6 are in intensive care.
NSW has had 54 deaths from coronavirus in total.
An infection that had previously been reported in a staff member at Concord Hospital has now been excluded.
'Anyone previously identified as a close contact has been notified and informed they are no longer required to complete 14 days isolation,' Dr McAnulty said.
'This includes close contacts previously identified at Paperboy Café in Concord and Plus Fitness Epping.'
There are currently 83 patients being treated for the deadly disease and 6 are in intensive care across NSW (pictured women wear face masks while getting coffee in Sydney this week)
Diners at popular Chinese restaurant New Shanghai Night in Ashfield, in the inner west, must self-isolate after a positive COVID-19 case visited on Friday September 4
It comes after more than 50 venues across Sydney were put on alert.
NSW Health has issued 'close contact' warnings for 13 venues, stretching all the way from the city's western suburbs to the east coast.
The venues are in Ashfield, Concord, Epping, Moorebank, Newtown, Oatlands, Paddington, Parramatta, Prestons, Randwick and Sydney city.
Diners at popular Chinese restaurant New Shanghai