A man who lives in Sydney's eastern suburbs has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the man in his 50s has not recently travelled overseas and does not work in a hotel quarantine, border or a health role.
He was tested on Tuesday and the positive result was recorded on Wednesday.
NSW Health contract tracers are urgently working to identify any contacts.
Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant said the man is believed to have been infectious since last Friday.
Genome sequencing is underway, with results expected in the next 24 hours.
He has a number of close contacts who were being tested and were isolating, Dr Chant said.
He visited a number of venues while potentially infectious, she said.
Anyone who attended one of the following venues at the times specified is asked to immediately get tested and isolate until NSW Health provides further information.
NSW Health said this applies to everyone, including those people who may have been partially or fully vaccinated.
- Bondi Junction: screening of The Courier at Event Cinemas Westfield Bondi Junction, 500 Oxford Street, Friday, April 30, 6pm - 8pm
- Rushcutters Bay: Figo Restaurant, 3/56-60A Bayswater Road, Friday, April 30, 8.45pm - 11pm
- Silverwater: Joe's Barbeques & Heating, 142 Silverwater Road, Saturday, May 1, 1pm -1.45pm
- Silverwater: Tucker Barbecues, 138 Silverwater Road, Saturday, May 1, 1pm - 1.45pm
- Annandale: Barbeques Galore, G1/212-220 Parramatta Road, Saturday, May 1, 2pm - 3pm
- Casula: Barbeques Galore, The Crossroads, Unit 12B, Parkers Farm Place, Saturday, May 1, 4pm - 5pm
- Mascot: BP Mascot, 1077 Botany Road, Saturday, May 1, 4.30pm - 5pm
- Bondi Junction: The Meat Store, 262 Oxford Street, Sunday, May 2, 3pm - 4pm
Australian Associated Press