1. Lebanese restaurant in Sydney linked to two coronavirus cases  Daily Mail
  2. NSW confirms one new coronavirus infection as residents of 10 Sydney suburbs urged to come forward for testing  ABC News
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  4. Coronavirus NSW: Jasmins1 restaurant ordered to remain closed until further notice  Daily Telegraph
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 NSW health authorities have put the residents of 10 southwest Sydney suburbs on notice as they continue to uncover COVID-19 cases in the area. NSW health authorities have put the residents of 10 southwest Sydney suburbs on notice as they continue to uncover COVID-19 cases in the area.

Lebanese restaurant in Sydney linked to two coronavirus cases | Daily Mail Online

NSW Health orders the Jasmins1 Lebanese restaurant in Liverpool to stay closed after it failed to provide records of staffing and patrons — a staff member has since tested positive for COVID-19.NSW Health orders the Jasmins1 Lebanese restaurant in Liverpool to stay closed after it failed to provide records of staffing and patrons — a staff member has since tested positive for COVID-19.

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The Sydney restaurant linked to new COVID-19 cases in NSW has lashed out on social media after being accused of flouting contact tracing rules.The Sydney restaurant linked to new COVID-19 cases in NSW has lashed out on social media after being accused of flouting contact tracing rules.

Coronavirus NSW: Jasmins Lebanese Restaurant’s fury at rule-breaking claims

The worker from Liverpool restaurant Jasmins1 was the only locally acquired case detected in NSW in the latest 24-hour reporting period.The worker from Liverpool restaurant Jasmins1 was the only locally acquired case detected in NSW in the latest 24-hour reporting period.

NSW has reported three new cases of COVID-19 in its latest daily reports, with just one of those cases acquired via community transmission.NSW has reported three new cases of COVID-19 in its latest daily reports, with just one of those cases acquired via community transmission.

Restaurant worker is NSW's only COVID-19 case, while Victoria records another day of zero | Blue Mountains Gazette | Katoomba, NSW

NSW health authorities have put the residents of 10 southwest Sydney suburbs on notice, as well as directing a restaurant to close, as they continue to uncove...NSW health authorities have put the residents of 10 southwest Sydney suburbs on notice, as well as directing a restaurant to close, as they continue to uncove...

Ten Sydney suburbs on COVID-19 notice | Lithgow Mercury | Lithgow, NSW

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Health authorities said today the venue "failed to provide records relating to staffing and patronage in a ...

Jasmins1 restaurant in Liverpool ordered to close by NSW Health

Premier Gladys Berejiklian has flagged QR codes will be introduced across New South Wales, making it compulsory for cafes and restaurants to electronically check in each guest. The premier said her patience was wearing thin following reports many businesses still lacked electronic records of their visitors as the state worked to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Anyone who attended Jasmin’s Lebanese Restaurant in Liverpool on October 25 was urged to come forward for testing and speak to authorities after a staffer tested positive to the virus – and the site had no electronic record of their visitors. Ms Berejiklian also flagged fines – up to $1000 – could potentially be handed out to establishments without QR codes in place. She said the check-in system was an important line of defence heading into Summer. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has flagged QR codes will be introduced across New South Wales, making it compulsory for cafes and restaurants to electronically check in each guest. The premier said her patience was wearing thin following reports many businesses still lacked electronic records of their visitors as the state worked to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Anyone who attended Jasmin’s Lebanese Restaurant in Liverpool on October 25 was urged to come forward for testing and speak to authorities after a staffer tested positive to the virus – and the site had no electronic record of their visitors. Ms Berejiklian also flagged fines – up to $1000 – could potentially be handed out to establishments without QR codes in place. She said the check-in system was an important line of defence heading into Summer.

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NSW Health authorities say the eatery will remain closed until it is no longer a risk to public health.NSW Health authorities say the eatery will remain closed until it is no longer a risk to public health.

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NSW has recorded one new local case of COVID-19 while the state's premier says the reopening of the Victorian border could happen within weeks.NSW has recorded one new local case of COVID-19 while the state's premier says the reopening of the Victorian border could happen within weeks.

NSW authorities scramble to locate potentially exposed diners as Hoxton Park coronavirus cluster grows | SBS News