In a separate statement, the Canterbury League Club in Sydney’s southwest also confirmed someone who visited the venue on July 4 had tested positive for COVID-19. A sub-cluster of 22 people within that total number have been linked to a funeral on September 2 and visits to the household of the bereaved. It is understood the staff member was a close contact of an infectious diner at the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park. A student at St Dominic's Catholic College in Auckland has tested positive for Covid-19, and has been linked to the sub-cluster. They attended school last Friday but left early after starting to feel unwell. As the Covid-19 pandemic brings the world into uncharted waters, Star Media journalists and photographers continue to report local stories that matter everyday - yours. Both have been in self-isolation since returning and have no close contacts. It’s more important now than ever to keep Cantabrians connected. It is also linked to the Bay Roskill God Squad, a team within the club that has fostered league talents, including ex-Warriors Jerome Ropati and Ben Henry. Hipkins said in this case it appears that it was a close contact of the sub-cluster that had not been previously disclosed, with police now looking into whether that was deliberate. Members were given support on health and safety protocols, where to get a test, how to stop … Ashield Baptist Homes, in Sydney’s inner west, also went into lockdown after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. ... Canterbury Leagues Club, Narellan Town Centre and Zone Bowling in Villawood. They join a developing list of venues that have been struck down by the infectious disease, many of those located in the city’s southwest. 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Picture: Jeremy PiperSource:No Source. Sydneys Star Casino has confirmed a patron who visited the complex on July 4 has tested positive for COVID-19. It is understood the infectious person sat in the gaming room on July 4, 9 and 10, according to the health department. ... Parent/guardian who signs the child in must hold a North Leagues and Services Club membership , the card holder is the only one who can collect the child at any time for toilet or food breaks and signing out. NSW chief medical officer Dr Kerry Chant said authorities were uncertain whether the man was infectious while he visited the Star because he was not displaying symptoms. People who attended the venues below on the relevant dates must immediately self-isolate: • Crossroads Hotel, Casula: July 3 to July 10, • Soldiers Club, Batemans Bay: July 13, 15, 16 and 17, • Thai Rock, Wetherill Park: July 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14, • Plus Fitness, Campbelltown: July 11, between 9am and 10am, • West League Club, Campbelltown: July 10 (8pm to midnight), July 12 (midnight to 2.30am), • Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, Harris Park: July 15 (5.30pm mass), July 16 (6pm mass), July 17 (1pm funeral and 6pm mass). CHAR RESTAURANT. Four were returned travellers; two were NSW residents who acquired the infection in Victoria. “We also advised that he was largely maintained within his group and really did not interact with anyone else.”. All the close contacts, including all 48 people at the funeral, from those events were in isolation and were being tested. “Genetic sequencing of virus for cases from the Crossroads Hotel, Thai Rock restaurant and Batemans Bay Soldiers Club clusters shows that they are linked to virus strains in Victoria,” NSW Health said in a statement. “We are taking the precautionary measures of closing this location … and to ensure the uncompromised safety of our members.”, To join the conversation, please Log in. A growing number of businesses and other establishments, including schools, across New South Wales have been forced to close for deep cleaning after patrons attended the venues while infected with COVID-19. Planet Fitness in Casula, just a kilometre away from The Crossroads Hotel, took to Facebook to confirm the news and urged anyone who may have attended the gym — particularly between 9am and 11am on Thursday and 4pm and 6pm on Friday — to get tested. In a statement lodged to the Australian Stock Exchange, the group said it had been informed by New South Wales health authorities a man who visted the complex on the night had returned a positive reading for the infectious disease. Coronavirus alert in Sydney's east Patrons of the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club have been placed on alert after two confirmed coronavirus cases visited the venue on several occasions while infectious. Guests must be 18 years or over to enter the Club. Honey Birdette doubles revenue with private shopping experie... Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Men are gaslighting women into sending nudes, having kinky s... Reddit users lose it over woman’s creative Halloween costume, One in four men don’t change underwear daily, survey finds. Three new cases of coronavirus were reported in Port Stephens, two hours north of Sydney, on Wednesday forcing the closures. A spokeswoman for the league club said members were notified of the Covid threat on August 26, after the church was publicly linked to five positive cases. "At the location, police spoke with church leaders and they were told that the group gathered must disperse," he said. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. Don't have an account? A fitness centre nearby has also closed for a deep clean after a confirmed case, linked to The Crossroads Hotel, attended the gym. A spokeswoman for the league club said members were notified of the Covid threat on August 26, after the church was publicly linked to five positive cases. "Police also provided education on the alert level 3 restrictions that were in place at the time. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Health Minister Chris Hipkins today said it was apparent some close contacts of the Mt Roskill Evangelical Fellowship sub-cluster were not previously disclosed, including a student who recently tested positive.