Three public health alerts have been issued across the Illawarra with a medical centre, liquor store and pet shop the latest to be added to the Coronavrius venues of concern list.
Anyone who attended the Warrawong Accident and Medical Centre at Warrawong Plaza between 10:24am and 10:51am on Sunday September 5 is listed as a casual contact and must get tested straight away and self-isolate until a negative result is received.
The same applies for people who were at Best Friends Pets in Shellharbour on the same day between 11:17am and 11:20am.
An alert has also been issued for Cronin's Liquor in Gerringong between 3:35pm and 3:55pm on Friday September 3.
Coles has confirmed that a staff member who worked at its Figtree Supermarket on Wednesday has tested positive for COVID-19.
Coles is advising anyone who was at the store between 11am and 6pm to get tested.
Coles said that NSW Health has confirmed that there is no current risk to the public and that customers can safely visit the store.
Positive cases also visited Coles Wollongong store last Friday afternoon between 4:29pm and 4:59pm and between 9:49pm and 10:03pm last Sunday night.
Aldi has listed four days of exposures at its Corrimal store spanning from September 4 to Saturday the 11th.
It's believed the store's security guard has contracted the illness sparking Aldi to inform customers.
Aldi Corrimal alerts:
11th September between 8:15am and 7:00pm
9th September between 8:15am and 8:00pm
8th September between 8:15am and 8:00pm
4th September between 2:25pm and 2:56pm
Images: Darren Malone and Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District