Western Sydney residents urged to get tested following exposure locations

If you have symptoms, a drive-through clinic is located at Merrylands Park and open 8am-5pm.

Following NSW recording one locally acquired case of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm Sunday 14 March, western Sydney residents are being urged to come forward for testing.

There are 32 locations for the public to access COVID-19 testing in western Sydney.

For all COVID-19 clinic locations, opening hours and details, please visit the NSW Health website.

A drive-through clinic is located at Merrylands Park, Corner Burnett Street and Merrylands Road, Merrylands.

The Merrylands Park clinic is open 8am-5pm, is free, fast and for people of all ages. A doctor’s referral is not required.

The positive case first announced yesterday works as a security guard at Sydney quarantine hotels.

Anyone who visited any of the following venues at the listed times are close contacts who should immediately be tested and isolate for 14 days regardless of the result:

Beverly HillsPancakes on the Rocks507 King Georges RdSaturday, 13 March 10.45am–12pm

Anyone who was a customer any of the following venues at the listed times is a casual contact who should monitor for symptoms, and if they appear, immediately be tested and isolate until a negative result is received. If symptoms reappear, they should be tested again.

Bexley NorthBexley Aquatic Centre98C Preddys RdSaturday, 13 March 9–9.30am
HurstvilleHudson’s Coffee Shop, Hurstville Private Hospital37 Gloucester RdMonday, 8 March 8.30-9am
HurstvilleHudson’s Coffee Shop, Hurstville Private Hospital37 Gloucester RdTuesday, 9 March 8.30-9am
HurstvilleHudson’s Coffee Shop, Hurstville Private Hospital37 Gloucester RdWednesday, 10 March 8.30-9am
HurstvilleHudson’s Coffee Shop, Hurstville Private Hospital37 Gloucester RdThursday, 11 March 8.30-9am

Hurstville
Hudson’s Coffee Shop, Hurstville Private Hospital37 Gloucester RdFriday, 12 March 8.30-9am
SydneyDae Jang Kum Korean restaurant35 Goulburn StSaturday, 13 March 12.15-12.20am
Sydney7 ElevenCapital Square, George StSaturday, 13 March 12.20-12.25am

Anyone who travelled on the following train services at the time and date indicated is a casual contact who should monitor for symptoms, and if they appear immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received. If symptoms reappear, get tested and isolate again.

T4 line, Hurstville to CentralFriday, 12 March Departing Hurstville at 6pm and arriving Central at 6.30pm
T4 line, Central to HurstvilleFriday, 12 March Departing Central at 7am and arriving Hurstville at 7.30am

***UPDATE 4:36PM Monday 15 March 2021***

NSW Health has been advised of a new venue visited by the confirmed case of COVID-19 announced on Sunday.

Anyone who visited any of the following venues at the listed times should monitor for symptoms, and if they appear, immediately be tested and isolate until a negative result is received. If symptoms reappear, they should be tested again.

Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre (stadium and gymnasium area)  HurstvilleKing Georges Rd & Forest Rd, HurstvilleWednesday 10 March 4.15pm – 5.30pm
ColesColes, Hurstville Station225 Forest RoadSaturday 13 March 7.30am – 7.40am

NSW Health has revised the exposure times for the Coles at Hurstville Station on March 10. The advice remains the same:

ColesColes, Hurstville Station225 Forest RoadWednesday 10 March 9.15pm – 9.46pm

NSW Health continues to remind anyone who has arrived from Queensland since Thursday, 11 March to check the Queensland Health website. Anyone who has been to any of the listed venues of concern must immediately self-isolate and call NSW Health on 1800 943 553 for further instructions.

For more COVID-19 information, please visit the NSW Health website.