A western Sydney basketball court has been deemed a coronavirus exposure site, while a range of venues including an Aldi store in regional NSW have been pinged by health authorities.
On Sunday, NSW Health issued an updated list of exposure sites.
Among them was the Koonoona Park Villawood basketball courts in Villawood.
A Covid-19 positive case visited the location at 1 Karella Ave on Sunday, August 22 between 1pm and 6pm.
Anyone who was also at the site at the listed time was deemed a close contact and must urgently get tested and quarantine for 14 days regardless of the result.
NSW Health was also notified of new casual-contact venues of concern across NSW that were linked with positive cases.
Many were listed in the central NSW town of Dubbo.
- ALDI: 176 Talbragar Street; Wednesday August 18 between 9.20am and 10.30am.
- ALDI: 176 Tralbagar Street; Monday August 23 between 12.45pm and 1.45pm; Monday August 23 between 12:45pm and 1:45pm; Sunday August 22 between 10:25am and 11:30am; Saturday August 21 between 8:40am and 4:00pm; Friday August 20 between 8:30am and 1:00pm; Friday August 20 between 12pm and 1pm; Thursday August 19 between 9.45am and 1pm.
- BIG W: Orana Mall, Wheelers Lane; Sunday August 22 between 3:40pm and 4pm.
- BOTTLE SHOP WESTSIDE HOTEL: 22-30 Whylandra Street; Wednesday August 25 between 6:05pm and 6:10pm.
- BP DUBBO: 107 Erskine Street; Monday August 23 between7:10pm and 7:25pm.
- CENTRAL MCDONALDS: 22 Cobra Street; Monday August 23 between7am and 7:40pm.
A full list of the coronavirus hot spot can be viewed on the NSW Government website.
NSW recorded a further 1035 locally acquired new Covid-19 cases on Saturday.
A woman in her 70s from Sydney’s Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District died at Nepean Hospital, after acquiring her infection there earlier this month.
There have now been 83 deaths since the outbreak began on June 16 and the number of infections has climbed to more than 17,000.