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Thousands urged to isolate even after negative test, new advice says – The Sydney Morning Herald

The advice was issued as known clusters of the virus in Sydney continue to grow and more than a dozen new cases were confirmed.



“Stay at home, and do not go to work or catch public transport until you are cleared of COVID-19. Even if you get a negative test, stay in isolation for 14 days.”
In the event of a negative test, a 14-day isolation period will not be enforced, but it is recommended by NSW Health.
The government is also urging people to avoid non-essential travel and social gatherings.
Thirteen new cases of coronavirus in NSW were confirmed in the 24-hours to 8pm on Monday, as the Crossroads Hotel outbreak in …

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