Australia Third Sydney school closed after positive coronavirus case

01:51  10 august  2020
01:51  10 august  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

Another Sydney Fitness First is closed as its exposed to coronavirus

  Another Sydney Fitness First is closed as its exposed to coronavirus A Sydney Fitness First gym has shut after being exposed to coronavirus as another four Woolworths stores are closed.  The gymgoer attended the Fitness First at Rockdale, in south Sydney, between 11.25am to 12.30pm on July 27. It is understood the gym has closed for deep cleaning and anyone who attended the gym at the time has been advised to get tested.    © Provided by Daily Mail A Fitness First gym in Rockdale (pictured), south Sydney, has been forced to close after a member who attended between 11.25am to 12.

Three Catholic schools in Western Sydney close for cleaning after four students test positive for New coronavirus restrictions in NSW came into force Friday morning. The State Government says it Two students at Cerdon College in Merrylands tested positive . The two other cases are part of the

Three Catholic schools in Sydney have closed after four children tested positive for coronavirus . One of the cases attended Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School in Bossley Park and the fourth is a student at Freeman Catholic College in Bonnyrigg Heights.

A third Sydney school will be closed today after a student was diagnosed with coronavirus.

Several more NSW locations identified as coronavirus hotspots

  Several more NSW locations identified as coronavirus hotspots Several new locations have been identified across NSW as coronavirus risks, including Westfield Penrith.There is a fresh health warning this morning for anyone who went to the Westfield shopping centre in Penrith, in Sydney's west, on Saturday after a man who tested positive to coronavirus visited the centre that day.

Contact tracing is underway after a student tested positive for coronavirus at a school in Sydney 's west. © Getty A sign guiding people is seen outside a NSW Health Pop-up COVID-19 clinic at Lakemba Uniting Church on October 15, 2020 in Sydney , Australia.

Meanwhile, a school on Sydney 's lower north shore has been closed for cleaning after a Year 2 student tested positive to coronavirus . NSW Health said the student was from Lane Cove West Public School , and last night told parents to keep their children home while contact tracing could take place.

Bonnyrigg Heights Primary, in the city's south-west, will be closed for deep cleaning following a student testing positive overnight at the school. 

Last night, officials from the Department of Health have been undertaking contact tracing and 9News understands the student is in kindergarten or year 1. 

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All high school students at Tangara School for Girls in Cherrybrook, in the city's north-west, have been placed in 14-day isolation and directed to get tested for COVID-19 after the school's second positive COVID-19 result in two days.

A member of the student's household has also contracted COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases connected to the school to three.

The high school campus will remain closed to all students until August 21.

NSW Health has also issued an alert for the nearby PharmaSave Cherrybrook Pharmacy, in Appletree Shopping Centre, after a worker there tested positive.

a group of people that are standing in the grass: All high school students at Tangara School for Girls in Cherrybrook have been placed in 14-day isolation. © Nine All high school students at Tangara School for Girls in Cherrybrook have been placed in 14-day isolation.

Customers who visited the pharmacy from 4pm to 7pm on Thursday, August 6, is being advised to look out for symptoms of the virus.

There has also been a COVID-19 case at Our Lady of Mercy College in Parramatta, with the school closed for on-site learning today to allow for deep cleaning and contact tracing.

Across NSW yesterday a total of 10 coronavirus cases were recorded, with just one of those a returned overseas traveller in hotel quarantine.

The Diocese of Broken Bay announced the closure of St Agatha's Catholic Church at Pennant Hills yesterday as a precautionary measure.

Bishop Anthony Randazzo said the church will undergo immediate deep cleaning and will remain closed until further notice. 

The diocese is working with NSW Health to contact trace those who have had close contact with the confirmed case.

People who attended a prayer group on Monday, August 3, between 7pm and 8pm have been advised to stay at home until NSW Health contacts them.

Also among yesterday's cases was a healthcare employee who worked one shift at Hornsby Hospital's emergency department before developing symptoms between 11am and midnight on Thursday, August 6.

The staff member became unwell after their shift and immediately got tested.

Meanwhile, Bunnings Campbelltown have put customers on high alert after one of their staff tested positive to COVID-19.

The employee worked three shifts in the past week but wore a mask during their entire shift and practiced social distancing. Other staff members are now self-isolating.

Severe weather warnings in place as Australia's east coast is battered .
Areas that may be affected include Newcastle, Wollongong, Nowra, Batemans Bay, Goulburn, Broken Hill and Thredbo Top. Pictured: Women with umbrellas on July 27 in Sydney Temperatures will plummet all the way up to Coffs Harbour and west to Mildura, with the weekend set to feel frosty across the eastern states.The bureau also said there was a high chance of a La Nina forming in the next few months, creating three-times the normal risk of cyclones and deadly rain.'La Nina in NSW usually brings above average rainfall in winter and spring to areas west of the Great Dividing Range.

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