Tuesday afternoon, October 7th from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Tempe’s IKEA and Friday, October 2nd from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm Campbell Town’s fantastic furniture A public health alert was issued at the venue. Case.
Anyone who visits these venues is considered a casual contact and should be monitored for symptoms.
The government is concerned about emerging clusters, but Mr. Beregikrian said she and her ministers are confident enough to relax the restrictions.
Starting Friday, one outdoor venue will be allowed every two square meters as long as the venue uses an electronic QR code system to track patrons. Indoors, the rule of 4 square meters applies.
Outdoor performances for music and art are also boosted, allowing up to 500 participants as long as people are seated and there is 4 square meters of space per person.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the change was not only good for the economy, but “it makes a big difference to the atmosphere of Sydney, and in fact New South Wales.”
“Now it’s great that up to 500 people can enjoy music,” he said.
Five of the local incidents confirmed on Tuesday were members of one household. Dr. Kelly Chant, Chief Health Officer in New South Wales, said the cluster was identified through a study of cases in another group, including nurses at St. Vincent Hospital.
Dr. Chant said these cases highlighted the importance of those moving forward for testing.
“As you can see, the individuals who came out earlier for the test allowed us to trace back many, many cases and prevent those ongoing transmission routes in the community. “She said.
The number of tests is still low, with 8609 tests up to 8 pm on Monday up from 7391 the day before. Mr. Beregikrian said he would like to see these numbers increase.
“Currently, community infections are on the rise and we need to pay attention to it,” she said.
One of the cases reported on Tuesday was a disabled support worker working with seven clients in three group homes in southwest Sydney.
Another new case was a child who attended the Great Beginnings Oran Park Child Care Center on October 1, 2, 8, and 9 during an infection. The center has been closed and contact tracing has begun.
NSW Health was still investigating the association between two cases of GP working at the A2Z Medical Center in Lakemba and other known clusters.
The GP case, published Monday afternoon, was associated with a previously reported case in a patient who also participated in Lakeumba radiology.
NSW Health has not disclosed the number of staff or patients isolated for these cases, and so far these three cases have not been known to be associated with other clusters.
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Rachel Clan is a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald.