New South Wales
New South Wales

The medical devices in the state of New South Wales announced that they have raised the alert in order to track a number of cases in contact with the injuries that appeared in three areas of Sydney.

The New South Wales Health Authority added that one confirmed case was confirmed. She attended the Ripples Restaurant in Milson Point on Saturday 3 October from 8 pm to 10:30 pm.

Despite what the state health authority is doing to track contacts and contacts, the details of a small number of restaurant-goers who attended the restaurant during that time period were not recorded.

In its statement issued today, the authority indicated that all restaurant visitors who were in it at the same time as the positive case were in close contact and must be tested and isolated immediately for a period of 14 days since they were in the restaurant, and to remain isolated throughout the entire period, even if the result of their test is Negative.

The Australian Ministry of Health has determined that anyone who attended the Mazda Arterton Service Center on Campbell Street between 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on Friday, October 2, is considered an indirect contact person and should be immediately isolated and tested if he exhibits the slightest symptoms of corona.

Yesterday, the state recorded cases of community transmission of Corona after it remained for twelve days without recording any case of community transmission of the virus.

Locally acquired infections appeared in the Parramatta Camden and Wulendelle regions.

Dr Kerry Chant, chief health official in New South Wales, said anyone who lives in those local areas is encouraged to get tested for the coronavirus.

For her part, state government head Gladys Brigitte statement confirmed that the health team is closely tracking contacts and that the three cases are not related to each other.