NSW COVID case alerts DFO Homebush Bonds, Strandbags and Lovisa stores

A shopper visited three stores at a direct outlet in Sydney’s west-central before being tested positive for COVID-19[female[feminine.

DFO Homebush confirmed that the positive case visited downtown Bonds, Strandbags and Lovisa stores on August 8 between 10:45 a.m. and 12 p.m.

NSW Health was forced to issue an alert on Monday, advising anyone visiting the center during that time to stay alert for symptoms of COVID-19.

Although buyers are not required to self-isolate, they should “watch for symptoms, get tested and isolate immediately if symptoms occur, even mild ones,” health officials said.

An DFO outlet in western Sydney has been placed on high alert after a buyer tested positive for COVID-19. Credit: Google maps

Symptoms include, but are not limited to loss or changes in smell or taste, fever, chills or sweating, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or runny nose.

In a letter to center staff, obtained by 7NEWS.com.au, DFO said, “The safety and well-being of our customers, retailers and the community at large is always our priority and we continue to monitor and act on the recommendations of our state health services ”.

Status update

New South Wales recorded seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

Of the new cases, six were acquired locally and one is a traveler in hotel quarantine.

Three of the locally acquired cases are close contacts of cases related to Chopstix Asian Cuisine at Smithfield RSL and two are close contacts of a case related to Our Lady of Mercy College.

One case attended Sydney Girls High School in Surry Hills while contagious on August 6, 7, 10 and 11.

The school is closed for cleaning and will reopen on Tuesday August 18th.

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