New South Wales health authorities have updated a list of hotspots Covid-positive people have visited while infectious.

Here’s an overview and what to do if you’ve visited them. More detailed information is available at the NSW Health website.

Local government area restrictions

As of 5pm on Wednesday 31 March, the following rules apply to the LGAs of Tweed shire council, Ballina shire council, Byron shire council and Lismore city council:

  • Mask wearing will become compulsory on public transport, in retail stores, and in all public indoor settings

  • The one person per four square metre rule will apply at all public indoor settings including hospitality venues

  • The number of household visitors will be capped at 30 including holiday rental properties.

These restrictions will remain in place until 11.59pm on Monday 5 April, when the community will be updated.

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW

Anyone who has been to the following venues must immediately get tested and self-isolate and remain in isolation until further advice is provided by NSW Health:

  • Ballina, Henry Rous Tavern, Sunday 28 March, 1.20pm-2.20pm

  • East Ballina, Ballina Golf and Sports Club (Pro Shop), Sunday 28 March, 2:25pm-2:35pm

Anyone who attended the following venues is considered a close contact. If you attended these venues at the listed times, you must immediately self-isolate and get tested, then remain in isolation for 14 days regardless of the result:

  • Byron Bay: Byron Beach Hotel, Friday 26 March, 7.15pm-9pm

  • Byron Bay: Mokha Cafe, patrons who sat in the laneway (Feros Arcade), Saturday 27 March, 11am-12pm

  • Byron Bay: Betty’s Burgers & Concrete Co, patrons who sat in the laneway (Feros Arcade), Saturday 27 March, 11am-12pm

  • Ewingsdale: Three Blue Ducks restaurant, terrace area, Sunday 28 March, 8.45am-9.30am

Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed below should get tested immediately and self-isolate until further advice is provided by NSW Health:

  • Byron Bay: Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park – women’s communal toilets, Friday 26 March, 6pm-6.30pm and 9.10pm-9.30pm; Saturday 27 March, 3.20pm-3.50pm

  • Ewingsdale: The Farm, any other area not listed above (including Poppy and Fern, Wormticklers and other sections of Three Blue Ducks), Sunday 28 March, 8.45am-10.30am

The following are casual contact venues. If you have been to any of these places at the listed times, you should immediately self-isolate and get tested regardless of symptoms, and stay in isolation until a negative result is received:

  • Byron Bay: Ghanda Clothing, Saturday 27 March, 12pm-12.30pm

  • Byron Bay: Tiger Lily, Saturday 27 March, 12.25pm–12.30pm

  • Byron Bay: Black Sheep, Saturday 27 March, 12.30pm–12.40pm

  • Byron Bay: Quiksilver, Saturday 27 March, 12.40pm-12.45pm

  • Byron Bay: Mokha Café, patrons sitting inside or out the front of the venue (not in laneway in Feros Arcade), Saturday 27 March, 11am-12p

  • Byron Bay, Boards in the Bay, Saturday 27 March, 12.40pm-12.45pm

  • Byron Bay, Byron Bay Central Pharmacy, Saturday 27 March, 1:05pm-1:10pm

  • Byron Bay, Main Street Burger Bar, Saturday 27 March,1.15pm-1:20pm

  • Byron Bay, Surf, Dive & Ski, Saturday 27 March, 1.25pm-1.30pm

  • Suffolk Park: Park Hotel Bottle Shop, Saturday 27 March, 7.30pm-7.45pm

  • Suffolk Park: Suffolk Bakery, Saturday 27 March, 2.45pm–3.15pm

  • Suffolk Park: Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park (including women’s communal toilets), Saturday 27 March, 11am -12pm

  • Due to the unprecedented and ongoing nature of the coronavirus outbreak, this article is being regularly updated to ensure that it reflects the current situation at the date of publication. Any significant corrections made to this or previous versions of the article will be footnoted in line with Guardian editorial policy.

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