Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW
Last updated: 27 October 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases are classified by NSW Health for action as part of the contact tracing process.
- Areas with increased testing
- Self-isolate and get tested immediately if you've been to the locations identified in these suburbs
- Monitor for symptoms, and get tested and isolate right away if they occur if you've been to the locations identified in these suburbs
This information is updated when new locations are identified. Locations are removed 14 days after the last known date that a confirmed case was associated with the location.
The area served by the treatment plant includes the suburbs of Airds, Ambarvale, Appin, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Casula, Claymore, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Glen Alpine, Glenfield, Ingleburn, Kearns, Leumeah, Macquarie Fields, Macquarie Links, Menangle Park, Minto, Raby, Rosemeadow, Ruse, St Andrews, St Helens Park, Varroville and Woodbine.
If you live in any of these areas you should monitor for symptoms. If you have even the mildest of symptoms (even if it appears to be a cold), get tested and self-isolate immediately. Symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat, cough, tiredness, fever or other symptoms could be COVID-19.
NSW Health is calling on anyone who attended the Bathurst 1000 motor race on the weekend as well as residents of Bathurst with any symptoms that could signal COVID-19 to get tested as soon as possible after remnants of the COVID-19 virus were detected in raw sewage in the area today.
The sample comprises wastewater from over the past weekend, and could indicate current or a previous infection in someone who attended or worked at the Bathurst 1000 motor race, a visitor to Bathurst, or even a local resident.
Visitors to and residents of Bathurst must be aware of any symptoms of illness, and immediately isolate and get tested should even the mildest of symptoms appear that you think might just be a cold.
After testing, you must remain in isolation until a negative result is received.
Any business or organisation should be able to resume operation after a case has been notified provided
- the premises have been appropriately cleaned and
- the Public Health Unit is satisfied that there is no ongoing risk.
Testing is important for everyone with symptoms, even if they are mild, even if you’ve had a negative test recently, and even if you haven’t been to any places associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
Areas with increased testing
If you live in or have visited these local government areas (LGAs) or suburbs in the past 2 weeks, get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, even if mild, and self-isolate until you get your test result.
Find your local government area (LGA)
See the list for Victoria: COVID-19 case locations and outbreaks
Self-isolate and get tested immediately if you've been to these locations
If you have been to any of these locations or public transport routes during the time and date indicated you should:
- immediately self-isolate until 14 days after you were last there
- get tested even if you have no symptoms
- watch for COVID-19 symptoms and get retested should any symptoms recur
- even if you get a negative test, you must stay in isolation for 14 days as it can take 14 days before you may show symptoms or test positive.
No locations associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case and classified as a close contact within the past 14 days.
Monitor for symptoms if you've been to these locations
If you have been to any of these locations or travelled on these public transport routes during the time and date indicated you should:
No locations associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case and classified as a casual contact within the past 14 days.
Wednesday 14 October: Bus 840
Oran Park Drive (South Street Circuit)
Wednesday 14 October: Bus 885
Confirmed cases and total number of tests
Source: NSW Health
Statistics updates from NSW Health
Detailed updates on confirmed cases and video updates from NSW Health.
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 27 October
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 26 October
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 25 October
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 24 October
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 23 October
- COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics 22 October
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Map of NSW COVID-19 cases and testing by postcode
Use the map search function to explore the recent or total number of confirmed cases, and the recent or total number of tests, by postcode or suburb, for the last 14 days.
Public health alerts
- 21 October – Bathurst
- 21 October – South Eastern Sydney case link
- 19 October – South East Sydney
- 17 October – Oran Park cluster – New venues
- 16 October – Great Beginnings Childcare Centre, Oran Park
- 14 October – Western Sydney: Auburn, Parramatta, Mount Druitt
- 14 October – Bargo, South Western Sydney
- 13 October – South West Sydney
- 12 October – Lakemba, Ingleburn and Wiley Park to Lakemba train journeys
- 11 October – Carnes Hill, Edmondson Park, Casula
- 10 October – Camden, Narellan and train journeys
- 9 October – St Vincent’s Hospital and Westfield Parramatta
- 9 October – Palm Beach, Eastwood
- 8 October – Bus and train routes and Monopole restaurant, Potts Point
- 8 October – Castle Hill, Epping, North Ryde
- 7 October – Ripples restaurant, Milsons Point and Mazda repair centre, Artarmon
- 7 October – Southwest Sydney cases
- 2 October – Jetstar flight JQ510
News and media releases
- 27 October – NSW hits three million tests as community urged to remain vigilant
- 21 October – Religious gatherings and gym restrictions to ease
- 19 October – Outdoor gathering and hospitality bookings to increase
- 19 October – Scholarships to support vulnerable students
- 19 October – COVID-19 restrictions eased
- 13 October – Relaxed restrictions for outdoor dining and music performances
- 12 October – Mental health at work during COVID-19
- 4 October – NSW public service to lead office return