Fourth Sydney restaurant shut over COVID-19 fears

| 27.07,20. 07:00 PM |

Fourth Sydney restaurant shut over COVID-19 fears

Another Sydney restaurant has been forced to shut over coronavirus fears.

The Apollo in Potts Point has closed, with health authorities investigating a potential COVID-19 case.

It is the fourth eatery to close in two days.

Thai Rock Potts Point shuttered yesterday after a patron tested positive to the virus.

A Thai Rock worker returned a positive test this morning.


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