The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point closed due to COVID case


The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point has closed for cleaning after NSW Health confirmed a staff member at the restaurant has tested positive for COVID-19.

NSW Health is tonight contacting everyone who attended the restaurant from Thursday 23 to Saturday 25 July and asking them to quarantine for 14 days after their visit.

Any diners who develop symptoms should be tested.

NSW Health is also asking all people who live in or have visited the Potts Point area in the past two weeks to get tested if they have any symptoms of COVID-19.

The Apollo is the fourth Sydney restaurant forced to close in two days.

On Sunday, Thai Rock Potts Point was forced to shut after a diner contracted the virus last week. A worker tested positive on Monday morning.

The two cases at Thai Rocks Potts Point have not yet been linked to the outbreak at the venue’s western Sydney sister restaurant, Thai Rocks in Wetherill Park. That outbreak has grown to 70 cases.

AN Restaurant in Bankstown and Tan Viet Noodle House in Cabramatta were also closed on Sunday after they were visited by a couple on the weekend, who were later diagnosed with COVID-19.

More to come.

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