Greater Sydney residents will be subject to tightened coronavirus restrictions, including mandated face masks, from midnight as authorities attempt to control an outbreak which has spread from the Northern Beaches, across the city and into Victoria. 

Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the tough new rules for Sydney, Wollongong, the Central Coast and Blue Mountains as New South Wales recorded seven new Covid-19 infections on Saturday. 

The premier said the new measures – which include changes to gym classes, weddings and funerals – are needed to reduce the potential transmission of coronavirus, while maintaining economic activity.  

Ms Berejiklian’s updated rules have divided public opinion, with some residents supporting the fresh measures and others questioning why face masks weren’t introduced earlier. 

There was also confusion as to why the premier would allow a Test match to go ahead at the Sydney Cricket Ground when battling an outbreak and announcing new restrictions.

Face masks will be mandatory in certain indoor settings, including on public transport, in Greater Sydney from midnight. Pictured: A woman in a face mask walks along George Street

Face masks will be mandatory in certain indoor settings, including on public transport, in Greater Sydney from midnight. Pictured: A woman in a face mask walks along George Street

Face masks will be mandatory in certain indoor settings, including on public transport, in Greater Sydney from midnight. Pictured: A woman in a face mask walks along George Street

Sydneysiders are seen dining on Saturday January 2 before a raft of restrictions are due to come at midnight

Sydneysiders are seen dining on Saturday January 2 before a raft of restrictions are due to come at midnight

Sydneysiders are seen dining on Saturday January 2 before a raft of restrictions are due to come at midnight 

When to wear a face mask in Greater Sydney:

Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced face masks would be mandatory for all Greater Sydney residents from 11.59pm on Saturday.

The rule also applies to residents living Wollongong, Central Coast and Blue Mountains.

Whenever a resident leaves their home, they will need to wear a mask when visiting these indoor settings:

1) Entertainment venues, such as a cinema

2) Places of worship, such as a church or mosque

3) Public transport, such as buses and trains

4) Shopping centres

5)  Established gaming areas

6) Hair and beauty salons

Anyone who is caught not wearing a face mask risks copping a $200 fine. 

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From midnight, it will be compulsory to wear a mask in some indoor places including shopping centres and cinemas, and on public transport – which includes trains and buses.

Residents visiting an entertainment venue, hair and beauty salons, gaming areas or places of worship will also have to follow the rules.

Hospitality staff will also have to wear a mask while serving customers.

Children aged under 12 years are not required to wear a mask, though it is strongly encouraged. 

Although the mandatory face masks will come into effect over the weekend, enforcement will not begin until Monday.

Anyone caught not wearing a mask in the relevant setting can cop a $200 fine.

Gym classes have also been slashed from 50 to 30. A woman is seen at Hiscoes Gym in Sydney during the pandemic

Gym classes have also been slashed from 50 to 30. A woman is seen at Hiscoes Gym in Sydney during the pandemic

Gym classes have also been slashed from 50 to 30. A woman is seen at Hiscoes Gym in Sydney during the pandemic 

Guests at weddings, funerals and places of worship have been reduced to 100 and are subject to the four square metre rule. Pictured: A couple get married during the coronavirus pandemic in Sydney in March

Guests at weddings, funerals and places of worship have been reduced to 100 and are subject to the four square metre rule. Pictured: A couple get married during the coronavirus pandemic in Sydney in March

Guests at weddings, funerals and places of worship have been reduced to 100 and are subject to the four square metre rule. Pictured: A couple get married during the coronavirus pandemic in Sydney in March 

NEW RESTRICTIONS FOR GREATER SYDNEY

  • Face masks be mandatory in certain indoor settings
  • Gym classes reduced to 30 people
  • Places of worship and religious services limited to one person per four square metres up to a maximum of 100 people per separate area
  • Weddings and funerals limited to one person per four square metres up to a maximum of 100 people
  • Outdoor performances and protests reduced to 500 people
  • Controlled, outdoor gatherings (seated, ticketed, enclosed) reduced to 2000 people
  • Night clubs not permitted 

SOURCE: NSW Health 

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Gym classes have also been slashed from 50 to 30, while weddings, funerals and places of worship can host a maximum of 100 guests and are subject to the four square metre rule.

Outdoor performances and protests have been reduced to 500 people and controlled, outdoor gatherings – which are seated, ticketed and enclosed – are now down to 2000 people.   

The changes have been met with mixed emotions in the community, with some Twitter users declaring mandatory masks should have been implemented earlier.

‘Ms Premier, how many infections could have been avoided if you mandated masks four weeks ago?’ One person wrote. 

‘Too. Little. Too. Late. And now you’ve let [the virus] into Victoria again,’ another said. 

Victoria re-introduced mandatory face masks indoors on Thursday after the state recorded its first locally acquired cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. 

Sydneysiders in face masks (pictured) were already ahead of the new rules on Saturday as they hit the shops while covering their faces

Sydneysiders in face masks (pictured) were already ahead of the new rules on Saturday as they hit the shops while covering their faces

Sydneysiders in face masks (pictured) were already ahead of the new rules on Saturday as they hit the shops while covering their faces 

Some Twitter users declared mandatory masks should have been implemented earlier

Some Twitter users declared mandatory masks should have been implemented earlier

Some Twitter users declared mandatory masks should have been implemented earlier

Victoria’s outbreak, which is directly linked to the NSW cluster, ended a 61-day streak without infections for Victoria. 

Another Twitter user said they no longer supported the premier because of her newly-adopted hardline stance. 

‘I voted for you but not next time. It’s a small outbreak and you are being draconian. Say bye bye,’ they wrote. 

Other Greater Sydney residents commended Ms Berejiklian for looking after the community’s safety. 

‘Thank you for bringing in masks,’ one person wrote to the premier on Twitter. 

Hospitality staff will also have to wear a mask while serving customers. Pictured: Revellers are seen in Sydney on Thursday, ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations

Hospitality staff will also have to wear a mask while serving customers. Pictured: Revellers are seen in Sydney on Thursday, ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations

Hospitality staff will also have to wear a mask while serving customers. Pictured: Revellers are seen in Sydney on Thursday, ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations 

Other Greater Sydney residents commended Ms Berejiklian for looking after the community's safety

Other Greater Sydney residents commended Ms Berejiklian for looking after the community's safety

Other Greater Sydney residents commended Ms Berejiklian for looking after the community’s safety

Sydneysiders enjoy the fresh air on Saturday, the same day Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the tightened restrictions

Sydneysiders enjoy the fresh air on Saturday, the same day Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the tightened restrictions

Sydneysiders enjoy the fresh air on Saturday, the same day Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the tightened restrictions 

‘Thank you – this is the right move. Appreciate all the work being done to protect our community,’ another said.

A third wrote: ‘Thanks for keeping us safe.’

But some questioned why the cricket was subject to different rules to the rest of the city. 

‘Cancel the public participation going to the cricket! What is that you don’t get about how transmissible Covid is? If infections kick off from the cricket you are finished,’ one person said. 

‘I have no issues with your changes, I think wearing a mask in shopping centres is fine. But why are you allowing 20K people to gather at the cricket?’ another questioned.   

Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) announced the tough new rules for Sydney, Wollongong, the Central Coast and Blue Mountains as New South Wales recorded seven new Covid-19 infections on Saturday

Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) announced the tough new rules for Sydney, Wollongong, the Central Coast and Blue Mountains as New South Wales recorded seven new Covid-19 infections on Saturday

Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) announced the tough new rules for Sydney, Wollongong, the Central Coast and Blue Mountains as New South Wales recorded seven new Covid-19 infections on Saturday

LATEST CORONAVIRUS-HIT VENUES 

NSW Health identified the following venues on Saturday. 

GET TESTED IMMEDIATELY AND SELF-ISOLATE UNTIL NEGATIVE RESULT: 

Australian Motor Traders, 2 Haberfield Rd, Haberfield, on Tuesday December 29 between 4.30pm – 5pm 

Officeworks Punchbowl, 1618 Canterbury Rd, Punchbowl, on Tuesday December 29 between 3.45pm – 4.45pm

MONITOR FOR SYMPTOMS: 

Westpoint Blacktown, 17 Patrick St, Blacktown, on Monday December 28 between 2.40pm – 3.20pm

El Jannah, 44048 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown, on Monday December 28 between 3.20pm – 4pm

Service NSW, Blacktown Service Centre, 14 St Martins Crescent, Blacktown, on Wednesday December 30 between 12.15pm – 1pm 

Hills Campus Hillsong Church, 1/9 Solent Cct, Norwest on Tuesday December 29 between 8pm – 8.45pm

 

NSW Health identified the following venues on Friday.

MONITOR FOR SYMPTOMS: 

Culture Kings, George St, Sydney between 1-2pm on Monday December 28 

GET TESTED IMMEDIATELY AND SELF-ISOLATE UNTIL NEGATIVE RESULT:  

Great Southern Hotel in Eden, on December 30 between 5-6.30pm  

Bermi’s Beachside Cafe in Bermagui, on December 31 between 9-10am 

BSW at Berala between Tuesday December 22 and Thursday December 31 inclusive. Check NSW Health for entire list of dates and times

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Ms Berejiklian has defended allowing the Australia-India Test match to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 7.

At least 20,000 people are expected to attend the match each day.

‘We appreciate what people might say about us continuing to hold those events, but also consider the thousands of jobs it keeps, consider the sense of normality it gives us’, Ms Berejiklian said.

NSW Health officials, police and event organisers are conducting a ‘walk-through’ at the SCG on Saturday, where they will go over a Covid safe plan. 

Ms Berejiklian said the tightened restrictions around masks should not come as a surprise to Greater Sydney residents.

‘We have already strongly wanted people to wear a mask but we do not want to restrict people’s ability to go about business,’ she said.

‘We want to increase economic activity and mask wearing in these settings will ensure we have the confidence to do that.’

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant is seen at the daily coronavirus update on Saturday, as new coronavirus rules were introduced

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant is seen at the daily coronavirus update on Saturday, as new coronavirus rules were introduced

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant is seen at the daily coronavirus update on Saturday, as new coronavirus rules were introduced 

BWS AT BERALA 

Anyone who attended the bottle shop at the below dates and times is a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until receiving a negative result.

Tuesday December 22 2020 between 12:45pm to 9:15pm

Wednesday December 23 2020 between 12:45pm to 9:15pm

Thursday December 24 2020 between 12:45pm to 9:15pm

Saturday December 26 2020 between 9:55am to 7:04pm

Sunday December 27 2020 between 12:45pm to 8:15pm

Monday December 28 2020 between 8:30am to 7:15pm

Tuesday December 29 2020 between 1:45pm to 9:15pm

Wednesday December 30 2020 between 12:45am to 9:15pm

Thursday December 31 2020 between 8:30am to 5pm

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Sydneysiders were seen in face masks on Saturday ahead of the mandate at midnight

Sydneysiders were seen in face masks on Saturday ahead of the mandate at midnight

Sydneysiders were seen in face masks on Saturday ahead of the mandate at midnight

Stay-at-home orders for residents north of the Narrabeen Bridge in the Northern Beaches will continue until at least January 9, while people in the southern half of the region will have the same restrictions as the rest of Greater Sydney. 

Five of the new cases reported on Saturday are linked to the Berala cluster in western Sydney, one is a household contact of a previously reported case – a patient transport worker – and there is one remaining case under investigation.

There were almost 32,000 coronavirus tests conducted in the 24-hour period to 8pm on Friday.

Three cases of community transmission were reported across NSW on Friday, while the state government is still urging western Sydney residents from Greystanes, Auburn, Berala and Lidcombe with even the mildest of symptoms to get tested.

Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant said there have been a number of venues exposed to coronavirus in the western Sydney area, which is of ‘concern’ to officials. 

NSW Health expanded its list of exposure sites on Friday evening, saying anyone who visited BWS in Berala between 22 and 31 December must get tested immediately and isolate. 

Ms Berejiklian said the tightened restrictions around masks should not come as a surprise to Greater Sydney residents

Ms Berejiklian said the tightened restrictions around masks should not come as a surprise to Greater Sydney residents

Ms Berejiklian said the tightened restrictions around masks should not come as a surprise to Greater Sydney residents

On Saturday, health authorities revealed a positive Covid-19 case also visited an Officeworks store in Punchbowl, Sydney’s south-west, on Tuesday December 29 between 3.45pm and 4.45pm.

There is also an alert for Australian Motor Traders at Haberfield, in the inner west, for Tuesday December 29 from 4.30pm to 5pm.  

Anyone who visited the Officeworks and the used car dealer during the indicated times must go for a coronavirus swab and self-isolate until receiving a negative result. 

NSW Health on Saturday also identified three venues in Blacktown and one in Norwest, where attendees should monitor for coronavirus symptoms and get tested if they appear.  

A general view of the BWS store at Berala in western Sydney on Saturday

A general view of the BWS store at Berala in western Sydney on Saturday

A general view of the BWS store at Berala in western Sydney on Saturday

Meanwhile, Victoria shut its border to NSW overnight after the decision announced on Thursday prompted a scramble for holiday-makers rushing to get home.

The ACT has also updated restrictions from midday on Saturday requiring anyone travelling to the state from a Covid-19 hotspot in NSW to provide an exemption.

People from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Greater Sydney, the Central Coast and Wollongong will not be legally permitted to enter the ACT without a valid pass.

The Tasmanian government says NSW’s Wollongong area will join Greater Sydney as a medium-risk area, meaning arrivals from there will have to quarantine for 14 days.

All the Covid-19 hotspot locations in NSW

Get tested and isolate for two weeks regardless of result  

Anytime Fitness in Mona Vale on December 17 between 9:50am to 12:45pm

Anytime Fitness in Kings Park on December 20 between 9:30am to 11:45am 

Anytime Fitness at Avalon Beach on December 11 , 17, 7 and November 23 all day 

Anytime Fitness in Berowra on December 16 and 17 between 5:30am to 6:30am both days 

Alma Avalon Restaurant on Avalon Beach on December 16 between 8:30pm to close

Alimentari in Paddington on December 18 between 5:30am to 6pm, December 19 between 5:30am to 6pm and December 17 between 5:30am to 6pm

Avalon Bowlo on December 13 between 5pm and 7pm, December 15 between 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8.30pm

Avoca Beach Hotel, Saltwater Bistro in Avoca Beach on December 20 between 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Anytime Fitness in Berowa on December 16 and 17 between 5:30am to 6:30am both days

Bangkok Sidewalk Restaurant in Avalon on December 14 between 7pm to 8pm

BodyFit Gym in Blacktown on December 16, 17 and 18 between 7am to 8am every day.

BoThai in Crows Nest on December 13 between 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Barramee Thai Massage and Spa in Avalon on December 14 and 16 between 2pm to 3:30pm both days  

Cortex Gym at Alexandria on December 15 during strength and conditioning class

Cafe Relish at Avalon on December 17 between 10:30am to 11:30am

Cafe Junior at Neutral Bay on December 13 between 12:45pm to 2:30pm 

Cafe Toscano (outdoor verandah area) at Forster on December 16 from 6pm to 7:45pm

Cronulla RSL on December 16 between 5pm to close  

Chicago Jones Coffee & Chocolate Maison at Auburn on December 20 between 2:50pm to 4pm

Cibo Cafe at North Sydney on December 16 between 12pm to 12:45pm 

Coast Palm Beach Cafe in Palm Beach on December 13 between 10am to 11am 

Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL on December 28 between 6pm-11.30pm  

Fitness First Mona Vale on December 14 all day, December 13 between 2pm to 4pm and December 17 all day and December 16 between 8:30pm to 10pm

Garfish in Manly on December 17 between 7:10pm to 8:15pm 

G Fitness Freshwater at Freshwater on December 15 between 11am to 12:45pm

Hair Management at Bass Hill Plaza on December 24 between 11:15am to 12:30pm  

Kirribilli Hotel at Milsons Point on December 17 between 12.45 to 3pm

Kirribilli Club in Kirribilli on December 14 between 12pm to 3pm 

La Piazza at Bankstown Sports Club on December 28 between 12pm to 2pm

Monkey Mania at Bankstown Sports Club on December 28  between 10am to 12pm

Motorserve Narrabeen Car Servicing North Narrabeen on December 18 between 10:30am to 2pm

Oceana Traders Seafood Merchants at Avalon on December 14 to 17 between 6pm to 8pm each day   

Palm Beach female change rooms on December 13 between 9am to 9:15am

Penrith RSL Club on December 13 between 1pm to 6pm

Pilgrims Vegetarian Café at Cronulla on December 16 between 11:30am to 2:30pm  

Premier Academy League Under 8s Macquarie University Soccer Fields at Macquarie Park on  December 13 between 9am to 10:45am Only the U8 Northern Beaches Futbol Academy Azul team, who played Premier Academy League, are considered a close contact. They have been contacted by NSW Health and need to isolate until 27 December  

Park House Hotel in Mona Vale on December 16 between 8pm to 10pm  

Pearly Nails and Beauty in Mona Vale on December 14 between 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Pilates KX in Mona Vale on December 14 between 7pm to 9pm

Rose of Australia in Erskineville on December 15 between 7pm to 9pm   

Rosnay Golf Club Bistro in Auburn on December 20 between 11:15am to 12:15pm

Restaurant Lovat in Newport on December 15 between 6:30pm to 8:30pm   

RSL Club in Avalon Beach on December 11, 14, 15 and 16 between 8.30pm to 9.15pm

Santa Claus Photo Booth at Westfield Burwood on December 22 between 11:15am to 11:45am     

Surf Life Saving Club at Avalon Beach on December 15 between 8:30am to 9am  

Sneaky Grind Cafe at Avalon on December 14 between 9:30am to 11am  

Sankaku Izakaya in Newport on December 17 between 2:30pm to 3:30pm 

Salon X in Paddington on December 17 between 9am to 8pm and December 16 between 9am to 6pm

St Nektarios Greek Orthodox Church at Wollongong on December 27 between 9am to 10:15am   

The House Nail Salon in Avalon on December 14 between 10:30am to 11:30am   

The Boatshed Cafe & Bar at Narrabeen on December 14 between 2pm to 3pm 

The Sands at Narrabeen on December 15 between 6pm to 8pm

The Salon of Hair at Turramurra on December 15, 16, 17, 18 – all day  

United Cinemas in Avalon on December 15 between 12pm to 2:15pm

USA Nails in Gordon on December 17 between 12:30pm to 1:30pm

United Cinemas at Warriewood on December 15 between 12pm to 2:30pm     

Venus Nail Salon at Bass Hill Plaza on December 24 between 12:30pm to 1pm                

4 Pines at Newport on December 15 between 6pm to 10pm and December 16 between 4:30pm to 9pm   

 

Get tested and isolate until negative result

Anytime Fitness at Avalon Beach on December 11 , 17, 7 and November 23 all day

Anytime Fitness at Belrose on December 11 between 9:45am to 11:30am, December 18 between 9:30am to 11:30am, December 14 between 9:30am to 11:30am, December 12 between 9:30am to 11:30am, December 9 between 9:30am to 11:30am, December 6 between 9:30am to 11:30am and December 7 between 9:30am to 11:30am

Australia Post Avalon Beach at Avalon on December 16 between 3:30pm to 3:50pm 

Aura Threading and Beauty in Hornsby on December 17 between 10am to 11am 

Arthouse Hotel, Sydney on December 17 between 11:15am to 12:15pm 

Balmain Post Office on December 22 between 3:30pm to 4pm   

Bankstown Sports Club on December 28 between 10am to 2pm 

Bass Hill Plaza on December 28 between 11am to 2pm

Beach Bums Cafe at Forster on December 16 and 17 between 8am to 9am both days 

Belrose Hotel at Belrose on December 11 between 12pm to 6pm 

Blend @ Grantham Cafe at Riverstone on December 16 between 11am to 11:45am

Bowan Island Bakery in Newport on December 18 between 9am to 9:30am

Buckley’s Opera House Promenade, Sydney on December 17 between 7:30pm to 9pm 

Bunnings at Ashfield on December 28 between 12pm-1pm 

BWS at Berala between Tuesday December 22 and Thursday December 31 inclusive. Check NSW Health for entire list of dates and times 

BWS at Bass Hill Plaza on December 24 between 1:10pm-1:30pm    

Cafe Bodrum at Auburn on December 21 between 2pm to 2.30pm  

Careel Bay Dog Park & Hitchcock Park at Avalon Beach on December 16 between 7am to 7:30am

Casula Mall Coles on December 24

Central Park Food Court in Chippendale on December 17 between 5pm to 6pm  

Chillbar at Avalon on December 14 and 16 between 10:30am to 11:30am on both days 

Charlie & Franks in St Leonards on December 16 between 9am to 10am 

Chullora Fish Market on December 23 between  6.40am and 7.10am

Coffee Club Stockland at Shellharbour on  December 17  between 11am to 12pm and December 27 between 11am to 12pm

Coles at Figtree Grove Shopping Centre on December 28 between 4.45pm to 5.20pm 

Commonwealth Bank Avalon Beach on December 15 between 12pm to 12:15pm

Cuckoo Callay on Crown at Surry Hills on December 15 between 11am to 12pm 

Davidson Pizzeria in Davidson on December 18 between 6:15pm to 6:45pm

Flower Power Garden Centre at Warriewood on December 18 between 8:45 to 9:30am     

Greenwell and Thomas Pharmacy in Katoomba on 26 December and 27 December, all day for both days     

Harris Farm Warehouse, Homebush on December 16, 17 and 18 

Hi-Tek Aquariums at Brookvale on December 16 between 1:55pm to 2:55pm 

Hipster Clothing Store at Westfield Burwood on December 19 between 8am to 6pm

HongFa BBQ Restaurant in Dee Why on December 15 between 4:30pm to 4:45pm

IGA Rozelle on December 17 between 8:25am to 8:35am       

Jim’s Cellars at Waitara on December 17 between 7:15pm to 7:30pm

Liverpool Westfield on December 23 between 1pm to 3pm

Local Bar Cafe at Rozelle on December 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 between 8:30am to 9:30am all the days

London Hotel at Paddington on December 17 between 8:15pm to 9:30pm 

Marketplace in Leichhardt on December 19 between 2pm to 2:30pm

Massage Link (formerly known as Time To Massage) in Leichhardt on December 19 between 12:30pm to 1:15pm

Mitre 10 at Avalon Beach on December 15 between 12pm to 12:20pm  

Mitre 10 at Mona Vale on December 15 between 8:30am to 5:30pm and December 16 – 8;30am to 5:30pm 

Mr Cafe and Bar at  Balmain on December 17 between 9am to 10am    

McDonalds at Raymond Terrace on December 15 between 11:45am to 12:15pm

McDonalds at Warriewood on December 17 between 1:30pm to 2pm     

Mentmore and Morely Cafe and public toilets in Rosebery on December 14 between 10am to 3pm

Nick Scali at Belrose on December 16 between 10am to 5:30pm  

Nomad Restaurant at Surry Hills on December 16 between 12:45pm to 2pm

Nourished Wholefood Cafe and Lounge at Avalon on December 12 between 7:15am to 7:40am and December 13 10am to 11am 

Northern Beaches Indoor Sports Centre at Warriewood on December 15 between 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Oliver Brown in Crows Nest on December 21 between 10am to 10.30am

Oliver’s Pies at Avalon on December 14 between 9am and 9.15am and December 16 between 3.30pm and 3.50pm 

Officeworks at Punchbowl on December 21 between 8.30pm to 9.00pm and on Tuesday December 29 between 3.45pm – 4.45pm 

Paris Seafood Café at Cronulla on December 15 between 8:30pm to 9pm and December between 3pm to 6pm 

Paragon Hotel Sports Bar, Sydney on December 16 between 12:45pm to 3:30pm 

Palm Beach Pool on December 14 between 9:30am to 10:30am and December 16 between 8am to 9am    

P’nut Street Noodles Thai Restaurant in Balmain on December 16 between 6pm to 6:15pm  

Priceline at Centro Bankstown Square on December 24 between 1pm to 5pm 

Priceline in Rhodes Waterside on December 24 from 9am-12pm 

Proust Optical at Figtree on December 21 between 9:30am to 5pm and December 23 between 9:30am to 2pm          

Pure Thai at Berala on December 26 from 2pm-4pm and December 28 from 2pm-4pm

Results Laser Clinic Sydney on December 16 between 12:30pm to 1pm 

RAN Sailing Association, Navy Bear Café and Christmas party in Darling Point on December 13 between 10am to 4pm   

Roof Racks World at Artarmon on December 15 between 2pm to 2.30pm

Ruby’s Diner at Waverley on December 17 between 10am to 10:30am 

Radio Bombay restaurant in Casula on December 24  

Sappho Books Cafe and Bar in Glebe on December 20 between 11am to 12:30pm  

Sabiang Thai Restaurant at Avalon on December 13 between 6pm to 8pm     

Scoop Wholefoods at Mona Vale on December 17, 18, 19 , all day        

Sir Reuben at Rozelle on December 20 between 11am to 11:30am      

Strawberry Hills Hotel at Surry Hills on December 16 between 3:30pm to 6pm

Sydney Trapeze School in St Peters on December 15 between 10am to 12pm 

Shot Lab in Newport on December 15 between 11am to 12pm               

The Anglers Rest at Brooklyn on December 17 between 5:30pm to 7:15pm   

Twenty-One Espresso at Double Bay on December 15 between 7.10pm to 9.10pm

The Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church at Wollongong on December 27 between 10:30am to 11am

Westpac OpenAir Cinema at Lady Macquarie’s Chair on December 17 at the evening showing of ‘Prom’  

Zeus Street Greek in Drummoyne on December 22 between 6pm to 6:15pm   

2108 Espresso in Palm Beach on December 14 between 8am to 9am   

 

Get tested and self-isolate until they receive further advice from NSW Health 

Bermi’s Beachside Café in Bermagui on December 31 between 9am-10am  

Great Southern Hotel in Eden on December 30 between 5pm-6:30pm 

The Swallowed Anchor in Wollongong on Saturday December 19, all day 

 

Watch for symptoms and get tested if they appear

Aldi in Mona Vale on December 13 between 12:45pm to 1:30pm        

Auburn Redyard Entertainment Centre on December 20 between 4pm to 5pm               

Australian Red Cross Op Shop at Avalon Beach on December 15 between 1pm to 2pm 

BCF (Boating Fishing Camping) at Auburn on December 23 between 10:15am-10:45am 

Bing Lee Gateway in Mona Vale on December 14 between 4:30pm to 4:45pm   

Bistro, Hornsby Railway Hotel in Hornsby on December 17 from 6pm to 6.30pm

Bondi Icebergs Club (Pool Deck Level) on December 21 between 7am to 8am and December 20 between 8am to 9:30am

Bunnings at Greenacre on December 26 between 12.30pm to 1pm       

Bunnings at Belrose on December 17 between 4pm to 5pm 

Bunnings at Lidcombe on December 24 between 4pm-4:20pm 

Bunnings at Smithfield on Tues December 29 between 1.15pm – 1.35pm 

Casula Mall in Casula on December 24 between 6.30pm to 8pm          

ChaRice Noodle Bar in Newport on December 16 between 1pm – 2:30pm 

Clark Rubber in Haberfield on December 28 between 12pm-12:15pm 

Coles Newport on December 11 between 5pm to 7pm, December 12 between 3:15pm to 3:30pm, December 16 between 2pm to 2:15pm and 8pm to 8:15pm, Decemver 18 between 9am to 10am 

Coles Mona Vale on December 19 between 12pm to 12:45pm and December 13 between 1pm to 3pm      

Coles at Turramurra on December 18 between 10:30am to 11am and December 17 between 10am to 10:30am     

Coles Stanhope Gardens on December 19 between 7am to 3:30pm and December 20 between 7am to 2pm 

Costco at Lidcombe on December 24 between 10am-10:20am and between 4:20pm-4:45pm

Cotton On in Westfield Hornsby on December 17  between 10am to 10:20am 

Cronulla Mall on December 15 between 8pm to 9pm and December 16 between 3pm to 6pm 

Culture Kings in Mid-City Centre, Sydney CBD, on December 28 between 1pm-2pm   

De’assis Collaroy Café in Collaroy on December 12 between 9:15am to 10:10am

El Jannah in Blacktown on December 28 between 3.20pm – 4pm 

Figtree Grove Shopping Centre in Figtree on December 21 between 12:30pm to 1:20pm, December 23 to 8:45am to 9am and December 24 between 6:45am to 9:30am         

Fresh Delights Café, Belrose Super Centre on December 17  9am to 10am – Monitor for symptoms            

Harris Farm Markets in Mona Vale on December 13 between  1pm to 3pm  

Hills Campus Hillsong Church in Norwest on December 29 between 8pm – 8.45pm  

Hungry Ghost Café in Avalon Beach on December 13 and 15 between 9:30am to 11am both days  

KFC Mona Vale at Warriewood on December 18 between 12pm to 1pm      

Kmart in Westfield Hornsby on December 17 between 6.30pm to 7pm              

Mancini’s Pizza @ Belfield on December 24 from 7pm to 7:15pm

Macquarie Shopping Centre at North Ryde on December 13 between  11am to 1pm 

Martin Reserve, Seymour Street, Croydon Park on December 27 between 12pm-12.40pm 

Mr Green & Co North Sydney on December 16 between 1pm to 2pm 

Myer Stockland in Shellharbour on December 27 between 12pm to 12:40pm      

MLC Building Food Court, Sydney on December 15 between 1pm to 2pm   

Orange Central Square Shopping Centre on December 19 between 4:05pm – 4:15pm 

Pittwater Place in Mona Vale on December 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 , all day     

Pronto Creative Foods at Palm Beach on December 16, 17 between 7:30am to 8:30am both days        

QVB Level 3 Santa Photos, Sydney on December 23 between 10:15am to 11am     

Rowland Reserve Dog Park in Bayview on December 16 and 17 between 4pm to 5pm both days   

Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club in Newport on December 16 between 4:30pm to 6pm     

RSL Club in Avalon Beach on December 13 between 8.30pm to 9.15pm 

Service NSW at Blacktown Service Centre on December 30 between 12.15pm – 1pm

Service NSW at Warriewood Square on December 15 between 1:25pm to 2:05pm       

Surf Life Saving Club in Avalon Beach on December 13 to 15 between 9am to 9.30am each day      

Star Nails in Rose Bay on December 20 between 12:15pm to 1pm  

TFO, Tile Factory Outlet in Smithfield on December 29 between 1.30pm – 3.30pm    

The Ian Potter Children’s Wild Play Garden at Centennial Park on December 22 between 10am to 11:15am                 

Warriewood Square on December 17 between 11am to 3pm, December 8 between 12:30pm to 2:15pm and December 16 between 11am to 12:15pm  

Warriewood Square Nails  on December 15 between 3:30pm to 4:30pm  

Warriewood Valley Playground Rocket, Park on December 17 between 10:15am to 12:30pm      

Westfield Bondi Junction on December 15 between 1pm and 2.30pm and December 19 between 10am to 1pm       

Westfield Warringah Mall, Brookvale on December 15 between 12:15pm to 2:45pm and December 16 between 10:40am to 1:40pm and December 19 between 1:30pm to 2:30pm     

Westpoint Blacktown on December 28 between 2.40pm – 3.20pm 

Wollongong Central on December 23 – between 3:30pm to 4pm 

Woolworths in Avalon on December 12 between 12pm to 12.15pm, December 13 between 12pm and 5pm, December 14 between 7pm to 7:30pm December 15 between 5pm to 5:30pm and 7pm to 7:30pm         

Woolworths in Berala on December 24 between 9pm-9.30pm, on December 26 between 7pm-7.30pm, on December 28 between 7.15pm-7.45pm 

Woolworths Metro in Cronulla on December 16 between 11am to 12pm 

Woolworths Strathfield Plaza in Strathfield on December 20 between 9am-9.10am    

1 Bligh St, Sydney on December 17 between 10:30am to 10:50am     

7 Eleven, Greenacre on December 26 from 4.30pm to 5pm

Cases on public transport routes 

Get tested and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result

Bus Route B1-2, December 16, between 4:31pm to 5:25pm from Wynyard Station Stand B to Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Road

Get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result 

Bus Route B1-1, December 16, between 6:53am to 7:41am, from Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Road to Wynyard Station Stand B

Bus Route 273, December 16, between 7:10am to 8am, from Jamieson Square, Forestville to QVB (Queen Victoria Building), Sydney

Bus Route 304, December 16, between 7:46am to 8:11am, from Bourke Street (opposite Lachlan Street) Rosebery to Martin Place Station Stand C

Bus Route M52, December 16, between 8:24am to 9:06am, from Ryde, St Charles Primary School to Elizabeth St, Sydney, Martin Place Station, Stand C

Bus Route 27, December 16, between 5:25pm to 6:28pm, from QVB (Queen Victoria Building), Sydney to Austlink Business Park, Belrose 

Bus Route M52, December 16, between 6:12pm to 6:55pm, from Elizabeth Street, Sydney, Martin Place Station, Stand C to Ryde, St Charles Primary School

Bus Route 304, December 17, between 8:05am to 8:30am from Bourke Street (opposite Lachlan Street) Rosebery to Martin Place Station Stand C

Bus Route M52December 17, between 8:25am to 8:59am, from Ryde, St Charles Primary School to Elizabeth St, Sydney, Martin Place Station, Stand C

Bus Route 199-49December 17, between 11am to 11.25am, from Barrenjoey Road opp George Street to Barrenjoey Rd opp Village Park

Bus Route B1-2, December 17, between 4.15pm to 5.15pm, from Wynyard Station, Carrington Street, Stand B to Mona Vale BLine, Barrenjoey Road

Bus Route 188X-2, December 17, between 5.20pm to 5.40pm, from Mona Vale BLine, Barrenjoey Road to Barrenjoey Rd after George Street

Ferry Palm Beach to WagstaffeDecember 16, between 6:15pm to 6:35pm

Train T1 North Shore Line Central to ArtarmonDecember 16, between 7:12am to 7:35am

Monitor for symptoms and if symptoms occur, get tested   

Bus Route 431December 20, between 10:48am to 11:02am, from Castlereagh Street before Bathurst Street to Glebe Public School, Glebe Point Road

Bus Route 325, December 20, between 4:31pm to 4:41pm, from Town Hall Station, Park Street, Stand G to Bayswater Road before New Beach Rd

Bus Route 324, December 20, between 10:33am to 10:45am, from New South Head Road opp New Beach Road to Town Hall Station, Park Steet, Stand J

Train T3 Bankstown Line Erskineville to CentralDecember 16, between 7:03am to 7:12am 

Train T1 North Shore Line Waitara to WynyardDecember 16, between 8:16am to 9:05am

Train T1 North Shore Line North Sydney to Wynyard, December 16 between 1pm to 1.09pm

Train T1 North Shore Line Wynyard to WaitaraDecember 16, between 4:52pm to 5:31pm

Train T1 North Shore Line Waitara to Wynyard, December 17, between 8:17am to 9:01am

Train T1 North Shore Line Wynyard to Waitara, December 17, between 6:40pm to 7:22pm

Bus Route 333, December 21, between 7.30pm to 7.45pm, between Bondi Junction Station to Bondi Beach, Campbell Parade, Stand C

Train Redfern via Town Hall to Bondi JunctionDecember 21, between 7pm to 7.30pm

Train Bondi Junction via Town Hall to RedfernDecember 22, between 10.05am to 10.35am

Bus Route 333, December 22, between 9.45am to 10am from Bondi Beach, Campbell Parade, Stand A to Bondi Junction Station

Bus Route 333December 23, between 9am to 10am from Bondi Beach, Campbell Parade, Stand A to Taylor Square, Oxford Street, Stand A

Bus Route 333December 23, between 10.40am to 11.30am from Taylor Square, Oxford Street, Stand D to Bondi Beach, Campbell Parade, Stand C

Updated advice

Bus Route B1-1, December 17, between 11.30am to 12.36pm from Mona Vale BLine, Barrenjoey Road to Wynyard Station, York Street, Stand M. If you were on the bus at this time and date for 30 minutes or more, get tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result; for less than 30 minutes, get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result

Bus Route B1-1, December 17, between 4:15pm to 5:15pm, from Wynyard Station, Carrington Street, Stand B to Mona Vale BLine, Barrenjoey Road. If you were on the bus at this time and date for 30 minutes or more, get testted immediately and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result; for less than 30 minutes, get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result 

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