A shopping centre and an RSL are among venues that were visited by customers who had coronavirus, according to new information.
NSW Health has announced 12 new cases of COVID-19, revealing some of their movements across the state.
Now an alert has gone out to say that one person with corona visited Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL on July 27 from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Anyone who visited there, including staff at the pub at the same time, need to monitor for symptoms of coronavirus and self-isolate and test if they feel unwell.
Another person who has tested postitive for COVID-19 visited the Neeta Shopping Centre in Fairfield on several occasions between July 23 and July 30.
Shops they visited include the Soul Pattinson Chemist, Woolworths and Fresco Juice Bar, however NSW Health says the risk of the virus being passed on through those stores is low.
An alert had also been issued for people who visited Hotel Jesmond and Wallsend Diggers in the Hunter region on July 30 between 7.30pm and 9.30pm. Anyone who was there should be tested immediately.
"Get tested reagrdless of symptoms, but you must remain in isolation for the full 14 days even if your initial test is negative," said NSW Health.
"If you do develop COVID-19 symptoms, you should be retested."
There has also been an alert on childcare centre, Advanced Early Learning, in Merryland's in Sydney's west which was closed immediately on Sunday after two workers tested positive as NSW recorded 12 new infections.
This news follows Melbourne's first night after Stage 4 lockdown was introduced and a strict curfew came into place between 8pm and 5am every night.
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