Bumper list of coronavirus alerts for Sydney including ELEVEN Woolworths, three Aldi supermarkets and even a McDonald’s – so do you need to isolate?
A huge new list of coronavirus exposure sites has been announced for Sydney, including dozens of busy supermarkets.
Eleven Woolworths stores, mainly across the Covid-ravaged south-west, were on the list, as well as six Aldi supermarkets, three Coles and two CostCo.
With non-essential retail closed, grocery stores have become Ground Zero for people being exposed to Covid, with two Australia Post branches also affected.
More dates were added for Woolworths in Bankstown, which was exposed to the virus over 14 days by a number of infected customers and staff.
Woolworths Bass Hill, Auburn, Campbelltown, Campbelltown Market Fair, Campsie, Canterbury, Fairfield Heights, Gregory Hills, Lidcombe and Wetherill Park were also listed.
More to follow.
Eleven Woolworths stores, mainly across the Covid-ravaged south-west, were on the list, as well as six Aldi supermarkets, three Coles and two CostCo (pictured, Bankstown Woolworths)
Most of the new exposure sites were in the city’s south-west (pictured) which has seen the bulk of new cases