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Get tested as soon as possible

If you have symptoms such as a runny nose, cough, sore or scratchy throat, fever, loss of smell or taste, or shortness of breath, please get tested as soon as possible and isolate at home until you get the result. Find a testing clinic near you or call your GP.

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW

Last updated: 28 November 2020

Confirmed COVID-19 cases are classified by NSW Health for action as part of the contact tracing process.

This information is updated when new locations are identified. Locations are removed 14 days after the last known date that a confirmed case was associated with the location.

The area served by the treatment plant includes the suburbs of Bardia, Hinchinbrook, Hoxton Park, Abbotsbury, Ingleburn, Prestons, Holsworthy, Edmondson Park, Austral, Cecil Park, Cecil Hills, Elizabeth Hills, Bonnyrigg Heights, Edensor Park, Green Valley, Pleasure Point, Casula, Hammondville, Liverpool, Moorebank, Wattle Grove, Miller, Cartwright, Lurnea, Warwick Farm, Chipping Norton, Voyager Point, Macquarie Links, Glenfield, Catherine Field, Gledswood Hills, Varroville, Leppington, West Hoxton, Horningsea Park, Middleton Grange, Len Waters Estate, Carnes Hill, Denham Court.

If you live in any of these areas you should monitor for symptoms. If you have even the mildest of symptoms (even if it appears to be a cold), get tested and self-isolate immediately. Symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, tiredness, fever or other symptoms could be COVID-19.

The area served by two sewage pumping stations includes the suburbs of North Kellyville, Rouse Hill, Box Hill, The Ponds, Kellyville Ridge, Parklea, Quakers Hill and Acacia Gardens.

If you live in any of these areas you should monitor for symptoms. If you have even the mildest of symptoms (even if it appears to be a cold), get tested and self-isolate immediately. Symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, tiredness, fever or other symptoms could be COVID-19.

The area served by the treatment plant includes the suburbs of Quakers Hill, Castle Hill, Annangrove, Kellyville, Box Hill, Kenthurst, Glenhaven, The Ponds, Rouse Hill, North Kellyville, Kellyville Ridge, Beaumont Hills, Stanhope Gardens, Baulkham Hills, Glenwood, Bella Vista, Parklea, Acacia Gardens and Norwest.

If you live in any of these areas you should monitor for symptoms. If you have even the mildest of symptoms (even if it appears to be a cold), get tested and self-isolate immediately. Symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, tiredness, fever or other symptoms could be COVID-19.

Any business or organisation should be able to resume operation after a case has been notified provided

  • the premises have been appropriately cleaned and
  • the Public Health Unit is satisfied that there is no ongoing risk.

Read our guidance for businesses with linked COVID-19 cases.

Testing is important for everyone with symptoms, even if they are mild, even if you’ve had a negative test recently, and even if you haven’t been to any places associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case.

Learn more about symptoms and who should get tested and the difference between close contacts and casual contacts

NSW Health strongly recommends that you wear a mask in areas where community transmission is occurring.

Wear a mask when using public transport, rideshares and taxis, and in shops, places of worship and other places where you can’t physically distance.

Areas with increased testing

If you live in or have visited these local government areas (LGAs) or suburbs in the past 2 weeks, get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, even if mild, and self-isolate until you get your test result.

Find your local government area (LGA)

Self-isolate and get tested immediately if you've been to these locations

If you have been to this location during the time and date indicated you should:

No locations associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case within the past 14 days.

Monitor for symptoms if you've been to these locations

If you have been to any of these locations during the time and date indicated you should:

No locations associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case within the past 14 days.

Interstate and New Zealand locations

South Australia and New Zealand have recently identified case locations.

If you have recently returned from Adelaide and have been to any of the sites of concern listed on SA Health, whether listed as people who must quarantine or monitor your symptoms, please get tested immediately, regardless of symptoms.

People who must quarantine must isolate for a full 14 days from the time they were at the venue, regardless of the whether the test result is positive or negative.

People who visited the monitor your symptoms locations should isolate until a negative result has been received, and get tested and isolate again should any symptoms develop.

Keep informed if you have travelled to these locations and are required to self-isolate, or to monitor for symptoms.

Learn more about the areas of concern in South Australia.

South Australia

Visit SA Health for recent case locations and health advice. 

New Zealand

Visit Ministry of Health NZ for recent case locations and health advice.

 

Daily statistics

For more statistics and graphs, see Find the facts about COVID-19.

Confirmed cases and total number of tests

Source: NSW Health

Statistics updates from NSW Health

Detailed daily updates on confirmed cases and video updates from NSW Health.

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Map of NSW COVID-19 cases and testing by postcode

Use the map search function to explore the recent or total number of confirmed cases, and the recent or total number of tests, by postcode or suburb, for the last 14 days.

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Public health alerts

November 2020

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