Tasmania, Victoria Western Australia have issued travel alerts in response to the new coronavirus case in NSW.
On Sunday NSW lost its 55-day streak without any coronavirus cases after a Sydney hotel quarantine worker tested positive to COVID-19.
The 47-year-old man, who received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine earlier this month, tested positive on Saturday night – prompting urgent contact tracing identifying six potential hot spots in the city.
Western Australia’s Department of Health has now issued health advice for travellers who recently returned to Perth from New South Wales following the detection, including the need to quarantine if they visited specific venues.
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Western Australian Chief Health Officer Dr Andrew Robertson has issued a health alert for people in the state who have visited the hot spots announced by NSW on Sunday. Picture: Matt Jelonek/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images
WA’s Chief Health Officer Dr Andrew Robertson said while the risk is deemed to be low, any Western Australians who visited Bexley Anestis Aquatic Centre between 9 and 9.30am and Pancakes on the Rocks restaurant between 10.45am and midday on Saturday March 13 should get tested immediately and quarantine until March 27 – 14 days from March 13 when the case was considered to be infectious.
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