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Monitor active and developing COVID-19 hotspots


NSW Health is issuing daily information regarding hotspots and you can monitor active COVID-19 cases on this interactive map. As we have done since the pandemic began, we are here to support you. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our Advisory Services team: experienced dentists who can answer your questions regarding COVID-19 and professional practice. Call (02) 8436 9944 or email advisory@adansw.com.au.

Venues in the following locations have been named by NSW Health as developing COVID-19 hotspots (as of Friday 2:30pm). If you, a staff member or patient has visited some of these locations during the dates indicated, you are required to monitor for symptoms or self isolate for 14 days and get tested immediately (read latest recommendations for advice). Click here for information on the following and further emerging hotspots: Bankstown, Batemans Bay, Bonnyrigg Heights, Bossley Park, Cabramatta, Campbelltown, Camperdown, Casula, Crows Nest, Fairfield East, Harris Park, Marrickville, Marsden Park, Merrylands, Mount Druitt, Mount Pritchard, Parramatta, Picton, Potts Point, Rushcutter's Bay, Rookwood, Salamander Bay, St Leonards, Surry Hills and Wetherill Park.

*Please check the NSW Health website regularly for the latest information available*
A reminder to ring Advisory Services on (02) 8436 9944 with any questions.

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