| 28.07,20. 03:45 AM |
Warning for residents in Sydney's east as another restaurant worker tests positive for coronavirus
NSW records 17 new cases of COVID-19
Health authorities say two new coronavirus cases are linked to restaurants and bars in Sydney's eastern suburbs and south-west.
The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point has closed for cleaning after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
Anyone who attended the restaurant between July 23 and July 25 is being asked to quarantine for 14 days after their visit.
It's the second restaurant in the suburb to be linked with the virus after two other cases were confirmed at the Thai Rock restaurant in Potts Point.
NSW Health warned anyone who lived in Potts Point or had recently visited the area, to get tested if they developed coronavirus symptoms.
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NSW Health has been contacting people who attended Mounties, at Mt Pritchard in Sydney's south-west and Pritchard's Hotel in the same suburb, after a patron who attended both venues tested positive for COVID-19.
Those who visited Mounties at the following times are being asked to self-isolate for 14 days:
July 23 between midnight and 3:00am
July 24 between 11:00am and 3:00pm and between 8:00pm to midnight
July 25 between midnight and 3:00am
Anyone who attended the bistro of Pritchard's Hotel on July 23, between 7:00pm and 7:45pm is urged to get tested if they develop any symptoms of coronavirus.
The new cases add to 17 confirmed infections announced earlier on Monday.