NSW Health on Friday afternoon said a customer who dined at Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park on July 10 has tested positive for COVID-19. The cases are linked to the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park in the city's south-west, which is linked to dozens of cases, and an outbreak at Our Lady of Lebanon church. New genomic sequencing has linked coronavirus cases at two Thai Rock restaurants in NSW, one in Wetherill Park and one in Potts Point, despite the eateries being 32km apart. Located within Stockland Wetherill Park, you’ll find all your favourite Thai classics on the menu here, with plenty of meat, seafood and vegan options so everyone is more than catered for. Police are investigating reports people linked to the Thai Rock Wetherill Park COVID-19 cluster were not self-isolating as required. New South Wales recorded 14 new Covid-19 cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Saturday, including six cases associated with the Thai Rock Wetherill Park restaurant cluster, with two of … Four cases were associated with a cluster tied to a funeral service … THAI ROCK CLUSTERS LINKED. NSW Health said it was able to determine the source of every new COVID-19 case recorded overnight The staff member dined at Thai Rock at Wetherill Park, and means the restaurant's total cluster is 37. A new confirmed Covid-19 case is an employee of Stockland Wetherill Park's Thai Rock restaurant. Source: AAP The shop has temporarily shut. NSW records 19 new coronavirus cases as Thai Rock restaurant cluster grows A cluster is linked to the Thai Rock restaurant at Stockland Wetherill Park Shopping Centre. The staff member dined at Thai Rock at Wetherill Park, and means the restaurant's total cluster is 37. NSW recorded 14 new cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Saturday including six associated with the Thai Rock Wetherill Park restaurant cluster with two of these also linked to Our Lady of Lebanon Church. Anyone who was at Thai Rock Potts Point for two hours or more between Wednesday, 15 July and Saturday, 25 July is directed to immediately be tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of symptoms. The staff member is not included in the three cases linked to Thai Rock Wetherill Park today, and further investigations are under way. The Thai Rock restaurant at Wetherill Park will reopen on Tuesday after it became the epicentre of the biggest second wave coronavirus cluster to rock Sydney.
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