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A Sydney beauty therapist was identified as the woman fined twice for refusing to isolate herself despite being a close contact of someone infected with coronavirus.
Jess Barca, 27, a Cronulla esthetician, was arrested by police swimming in a pool at a Byron Bay resort after being ordered to be tested for the deadly virus.
The NSW police have criticized the beach rules as an act that has “endangered public safety”.Jess Barca, 27, a Cronulla beautician, was arrested by police twice for failing to isolate herself after coming into close contact with a coronavirus case.
Police said Barca had put the public in “significant danger.” She said she ‘tested negative’ +9
Police said Barca had put the public in “significant danger.” She said she ‘tested negative’
Barça was fined two $ 1,000 fines for violating self-isolation orders on Friday and Sunday.
He was in Byron Bay on New Year’s Eve when he was told he was a close contact for a coronavirus case and that he needed to isolate himself and get tested.
On New Year’s Day, the police returned and fined her $ 1,000 when they discovered she was not isolated.
The next day, the police returned only to find Ms Barca swimming in the complex’s pool and fined her a second time.
Acting New South Wales Police Commissioner Mal Lanyon said Barca had put the public in “significant danger.”
When Seven News asked Ms Barca if he felt he had endangered the public. she said, ‘No, I’m a doubly negative result.’
Ms Barca, a beautician from Cronulla, was busted by police swimming in a Byron Bay resort pool
Many people infected with coronavirus may initially test negative only to get a positive result after two weeks, so the quarantine is set at 14 days.
Sydney residents are still able to travel to Byron Bay despite the recent outbreaks on the northern beaches and western suburbs.
The blatant rape of the woman comes after an operator of a wedding reception center in southwest Sydney was fined $ 5,000 for hosting a wedding reception for 700 people.
The breach at the Imperial Paradiso in Fairfield has left politicians and police outraged as it is only 10 km from the Berala coronavirus hotspot.
The venue opened to double the crowd allowed at a wedding reception on Saturday night with up to 700 people inside, well above the 350-person limit.
Police arrived at 9:30 p.m. and told the organizer to throw hundreds of guests to the wedding.
The guests have not yet been penalized, but the operator of the venue, Khiri Gorgees, 46, was fined $ 5,000 for violating public health orders.
Mr Gorgees is a shareholder in the reception business Paradiso, which has seven locations.
Acting Prime Minister John Barilaro was furious at the breach and said Gorgees had put his business and reputation at risk along with the entire economy and jobs of the state of New South Wales.
“When you have a deliberate act like the operators of the place … in this case we have an example of someone who has done very badly,” Barilaro told reporters on Monday.
On Monday, NSW had no new local coronavirus infections in the 24 hours to 8 p.m. Sunday.
A Covid-19 cluster in Berala has been caused by a patient transfer worker who took a family of returned overseas travellers to a health facility – prompting states to shut their borders
However, two new cases were recorded after the reporting period in Sydney’s western suburbs, bringing the NSW total to 188 locally acquired active cases.
New South Wales began enforcing mandatory mask use regulations for Greater Sydney on Monday and people caught without a mask in designated public areas risk a $ 200 fine.
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Barilaro said that wearing masks was an alternative to strict lockdowns, by inhibiting the spread of the virus, people could keep moving and businesses open.
There were seven quarantined cases in hotels in New South Wales and Health Director Dr Kerry Chant warned that more infected people are entering Australia as the virus spreads rapidly in Europe and the United States.
Ground Zero: BWS in Berala, southwest Sydney, is at the center of the latest Covid cluster, triggered by a patient transport driver who unknowingly infected a colleague, who then visited the store when they were symptom-free + 9
On Saturday night, NSW Health raised its alert for the Berala bottle shop, and many of its customers from the Christmas holiday period are now considered close contacts.
New South Wales Acting Prime Minister John Barilaro (pictured) was furious with Khiri Gorgees, 46, operator of the Imperial Paradiso venue in Fairfield, who broke Covid rules to pack 700 wedding guests +9
New South Wales Acting Prime Minister John Barilaro (pictured) was furious with Khiri Gorgees, 46, operator of the Imperial Paradiso venue in Fairfield, who broke Covid rules to pack 700 guests
However, NSW Health is more concerned about the BWS Berala outbreak that started after a Covid-19 patient transport worker unknowingly visited the store while he was infected before Christmas.
Tens of thousands of people have been asked to isolate themselves after more than 1,000 people attended the Berala bottle shop on Christmas Eve alone, and more who visited a nearby Woolworths are now also on alert.
The infection was first transmitted from a family of travelers who returned with the virus to a patient transport worker.
This worker then passed it on to a colleague, who attended the BWS in Berala, who did not know he had been exposed and had no symptoms.
Despite attending BWS for a short period of time on December 20, a BWS worker contracted the virus inadvertently and served thousands of clients.