New South Wales records another 35 Covid cases

New South Wales records another 35 Covid cases
New South Wales records another 35 Covid cases

New South Wales has recorded 35 new cases of coronavirus, with 24 in isolation. 

Shoppers who visited a busy Woolworths where a staff member was unknowingly infected with Covid have been ordered to isolate.

The alert concerns Hillsdale Woolworths, 6km south-east of Sydney's CBD, with hundreds of shoppers now plunged into 14-day isolation, regardless of any Covid test results.

Woolworths confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that an infected staff member worked on June 30 between 9.30am and 6.30pm, as well as on July 1 between 9am and 6pm.   

Anyone who attended the Maroubra Coles on Monday, June 28 from 7.10am to 8.20am and also on Tuesday June 29 11pm to 11:45pm, is also considered a close contact, but none of its workers are infected. 

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The stores were among a list of new venues announced by NSW Health late on Sunday night, after the state recorded 16 new Covid cases.

The long list of venues and public transport routes flagged by NSW Health is spread right across the Harbour City from the Covid-ravaged eastern suburbs, to the inner west, outer west and the Lower North Shore.   

Bondi's cluster has shot up to 222 cases, with dozens of other mystery infections which have not yet been linked. 

Anyone who visited Hillsdale Woolworths (pictured) on Wednesday June 30, between 9.30am to 6.30pm and on Thursday July 1, between 9am to 6pm, is a close contact of an infected worker - meaning hundreds of shoppers have likely been plunged into a fortnight of isolation

Anyone who visited Hillsdale Woolworths (pictured) on Wednesday June 30, between 9.30am to 6.30pm and on Thursday July 1, between 9am to 6pm, is a close contact of an infected worker - meaning hundreds of shoppers have likely been plunged into a fortnight of isolation 

Walkers are seen out in Bondi on Sunday (pictured) with new exposure sites popping up across Sydney's eastern suburbs

Walkers are seen out in Bondi on Sunday (pictured) with new exposure sites popping up across Sydney's eastern suburbs

'We're making contact with our Hillsdale store team members and will provide our full support to those self-isolating in line with the advice from the NSW Health Department,' Woolworths told Daily Mail Australia in a statement.

'The safety and wellbeing of the local community is our priority, and as a food retailer, we have very high standards of cleaning and hygiene in place. The store has undergone an additional deep clean overnight.'

Other venues causing concern for state health officials includes Dan Murphy's in Gladesville on Sydney's Lower North Shore.

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Anyone who visited the liquor store on Saturday June 26, from 3pm to 3.25pm is considered a casual contact and must immediately get tested and self isolate until they receive a negative result.

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Dan Murphy's at Gladesville, in Sydney's Lower North Shore (pictured) has been listed as an exposure site

Dan Murphy's at Gladesville, in Sydney's Lower North Shore (pictured) has been listed as an exposure site

The alert concerns Hillsdale Woolworths, 6km south-east of Sydney's CBD, with hundreds of shoppers likely to have been plunged into 14-day isolation, regardless of any Covid test results (pictured, walkers in Rushcutters Bay on Sunday)

The alert concerns Hillsdale Woolworths, 6km south-east of Sydney's CBD, with hundreds of shoppers likely to have been plunged into 14-day isolation, regardless of any Covid test results (pictured, walkers in Rushcutters Bay on Sunday)

SYDNEY EXPOSURE SITES REVEALED SUNDAY NIGHT

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

Maroubra: Coles - Monday June 28, 7.10am - 8.20am

Maroubra: Coles - Tuesday June 29, 11pm - 11.45pm

Hillsdale: Woolworths - Wednesday June 30, 9.30am - 6.30pm

Hillsdale: Woolworths - Thursday July 1, 9am - 6pm 

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

Gladesville: Dan Murphy's - Saturday June 26, 3pm - 3.25pm

Rushcutters Bay: Lot 19 Cafe - Tuesday June 29, 8.25am - 8.35am

Rushcutters Bay: Lot 19 Cafe - Thursday July 1, 8.25am - 8.35am

Lane Cove West: Ampol Woolworths Metro - Saturday June 26, 8am - 8.15am 

Rose Bay: Coles - Sunday June 27, 11.20am - 11.40am

Maroubra: First Choice Liquor - Friday June 25, 4.30pm - 5pm 

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

M90: Strathfield South Public School to Strathfield Station - Sunday June 27, 8.46am - 8.54am

M90: Strathfield Station to Strathfield South Public School - Sunday June 27, 11.32am - 11.43am  

M90: Strathfield South Public School to Strathfield Station - Monday June 28, 8.36am - 8.42am

450: Grace Avenue, Lakemba, to Haldton St, Lakemba - Wednesday June 30, 11.21am - 11.24am

526: Homebush to Sydney Olympic Park - Saturday June 26, 9.33am - 9.44am

M90: Strathfield Station to Strathfield South Public School - Monday June 28, 4.52pm - 5.01pm 

M90: Strathfield South Public School to Strathfield Station - Tuesday June 29, 11.51am - 12.00pm

M90: Strathfield Station to

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