NSW contact tracers are racing to contain coronavirus spread after three cases were recorded in western Sydney; Victoria’s border with NSW shuts with thousands rushing to make Friday night deadline – follow latest updates
- NSW records three new Covid infections
- Two more cases confirmed in Victoria
- Latest hotspots in NSW and Victoria
- Victoria closes border to NSW
Last night the Victorian department of health updated the list of potential exposure sites.
Among the locations is a restaurant in Leongatha, in South Gippsland. A Covid case worked at the Coral Fish and Chips shop between 7.30am and 11.30am and between 4pm and 7.30pm on 27 December. If you visited during that date and time you must get tested immediately and quarantine until you receive a negative result.
Frankston (VIC) testing site already swamped this morning. Traffic lined up for hundreds of metres back around the corner. Was told no walk-ins being accepted, only vehicles. #COVID19Vic pic.twitter.com/027ERZiQwF
We are extending opening hours where possible and locations will be open over the weekend. The full list of test sites, including new pop up sites, is here: https://t.co/ogHDjd53AD #EveryTestHelps #StaySafeStayOpen (2/2)
You can find a list of NSW hotspots and locations of concern here: