The owners of Thai Rock at Potts Point also own the Wetherill Park restaurant.(Facebook)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelA Thai restaurant in Sydney's Potts Point has been closed for cleaning after a staff member tested positive to coronavirus, NSW Health says. Key points:NSW Health has done more than 1.3 million tests to dateAn alert was issued about the Thai Rock restaurant in Potts Point after a worker tested positiveNSW has reported 3,479 confirmed COVID-19 casesThe department issued a warning that anyone who attended the Thai Rock Restaurant at Potts Point between Wednesday, July 15 and Saturday, July 25 needs to be immediately tested and self-isolate for 14 days since they were last there.It comes after an investigation into a person who went there on Friday, July 17.Regardless of symptoms, anyone who went to the restaurant for less than two hours during the July dates has been urged to get tested and self-isolate.The Potts Point restaurant has the same owners as Thai Rock Wetherill Park, but investigations have not yet identified links between cases at the two sites.NSW Health has reported six new COVID-19 cases linked to the Thai Rock in Wetherill Park, bringing the total number of cases connected to the venue to 67.The Thai Rock cases include 11 linked to the Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral in Harris Park, Western Sydney. A worshipper who attended the church over three days after visiting the restaurant later tested positive. The health authority issued an alert about Thai Rock on July 17, urging that anyone who dined at the restaurant over July 9-12 and July 14 should get tested.A woman in her 30s from south-west Sydney worked at the restaurant over those dates before testing positive. ?For the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic follow our live coverage.Eight cases from the cluster have also been linked to three schools, which have been closed for cleaning.The schools are Cerdon College in Merrylands, the Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School in Bossley Park and Freeman Catholic College in Bonnyrigg Heights. Fourteen new cases overall were confirmed in the 24 hours to 8:00pm yesterday, including four cases relating to church and funeral services between July 16 and 19 in south-west Sydney which were reported yesterday.Read more about coronavirus:This time last year 430 people had died from influenza. This year it's just 36Three problems stopping Victoria from flattening its coronavirus curveNSW Health is continuing to appeal for anyone who attended services to immediately self-isolate and get tested regardless of symptoms. The services are:St Brendan's Catholic Church at Bankstown for one hour on July 16 from 6:30pmAusia Funeral Services at Fairfield East on July 17 between 1:00pm and 8:00pmFuneral service at St Brendan's Catholic Church, Bankstown for one hour on July 18 from 10:00am Burial service at St John of God Lawn at Rookwood Cemetery on July 18 between 11:30am and 1:00pmOur Lady of Mt Carmel Catholic Church at Mt Pritchard for one hour on July 19 from 7:30amA woman in her 40s from the Fairfield area tested positive on Thursday after attending the services.Testing in the area is available at Fairfield Hospital and a drive-through clinic at the Fisher Street carpark in Cabramatta. A woman who attended St Brendan's Catholic Church in Bankstown tested positive to COVID-19.(ABC News: Rani Hayman)Three of the other reported new cases are returned travellers in hotel quarantine and another remains under investigation.There have been no new cases linked to the Crossroads Hotel in Casula, which has been linked to 56 cases to date.Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the worldThere were 25,139 tests done in the last reporting period. A total of 1,353,103 tests have been done in the state to date. NSW has reported 3,479 confirmed cases and 51 deaths.There are currently 99 cases being treated by NSW Health, with four people in intensive care.Pubs fined after spot checks Police have fined several venues as part of a crackdown to make sure businesses and patrons are following the newly introduced tighter restrictions. Police fined a venue on the Princes Highway in the Wollongong suburb Figtree $5,000 for not enforcing safety rules, after people were spotted drinking in groups yesterday.A Thredbo venue was issued two $5,000 fines and a travel company owner $5,000 after police found a large group allegedly breaching capacity rules. ?In Port Macquarie, one pub and two restaurants were each fined $1,000 for breaking the rules after a police check on 19 venues.Four venues across Gerringong and Shellharbour also face fines for overcrowding and not enforcing physical distancing.Elsewhere, 12 people have been fined $1,000 over a dance party held on Friday night at Lake Jindabyne.Up to 200 people attended the party, but most fled once police arrived.A 60-year-old man from Charlestown, near Newcastle, has been fined $1,000 for failing to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from Victoria.Another man, 63, was arrested and charged yesterday after entering NSW from Victoria without a permit.What you need to know about coronavirus:When and how to wear a face maskThe symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates
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