NSW health authorities are trying to find customers linked to a restaurant outbreak as alerts continue to be issued for West Sydney.
NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian has criticized restaurants for failing to keep proper records, saying she was “concerned” about compliance rates.
“We have no room for complacency and as I anticipated last week there are still mandatory QR codes on the table for NSW so I just want to make that very, very clear,” she said.
NSW Health said it is still trying to find guests who visited the Lebanese restaurant Jasmine in Liverpool on Sunday October 25 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
It was said that details of some of the people who were there were “not available”.
Without naming a venue, Ms. Berejiklian said contract tracking for NSW Health was “very difficult” at the moment because “those responsible did not do the right thing”.
“We never intend to embarrass companies,” she said.
“It is never our intention to put additional pressure on a difficult time, but we cannot compromise our public health safety – we cannot compromise how good we are.”
In the last update, NSW recorded a new case of locally transmitted COVID-19, breaking Australia’s milestone yesterday with no infections outside of hotel quarantine.
The case was announced yesterday, but has been included in today’s statistics as it was confirmed outside the official reporting period until 8:00 p.m. last night.
The case is a child who visited the flip-out trampoline park in Prestons, Southwest Sydney, and follows another child who visited the venue and has since tested positive.
The children visited the center on October 25th.
The cases are linked to the Hoxton Park cluster, which has now reached six infections.
The new case reported today also visited Bambino’s Kindergarten in Horningsea Park on October 29th and 30th.
Anyone who was present at the same time must be tested and isolated for 14 days regardless of the result.
The latest report contained another six cases among foreign travelers in hotel quarantine.
7,431 tests were performed in the last period, compared to 14,571 in the last 24 hours.
NSW Health said lower numbers were generally expected on weekends, but urged people, even with the mildest symptoms, to get tested.
This advice “especially” applies to several suburbs in southwest Sydney, including West Hoxton, Hoxton Park, Carnes Hill, Edmondon Park, Denham Court, Prestons, Busby and Miller.
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