Coronavirus spread from the Crossroads Hotel in Casula – Where to get tested in south-west Sydney

The NSW Government today doubled-down on their concern about the spread of the coronavirus from the Crossroads Hotel in Casula.

More people have tested positive to the virus in the 24 hours to 8pm last night – and these cases have been linked-back to this pub.

A hospitality employee who worked several shifts between Friday 3rd and Friday 10th July has also tested positive.

1,400 patrons who attended the hotel have been tested since Friday afternoon says the Premier.

A pop-up coronavirus testing station has been overwhelmed at the Crossroads Hotel – the Premier has urged people to also attend testing locations at other nearby facilities – see the NSW health Google ‘My Map’ above for latest testing places.

Hospitality locations in New South Wales have been required by law to keep the name and contact details of every patron for a four week period — otherwise, the business will face larges fines.

Is NSW Health using the Australian Government’s COVIDSafe app to contact-trace the patrons who were at the Crossroads Hotel in Casula? 7NEWS journalist Mylee Hogan received this response:


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