A pop-up coronavirus clinic has been set up in Lakemba in Sydney’s south-west after two GPs in the area tested positive to COVID-19.

The cases are linked to a previously reported case of a patient who visited Lakemba Radiology.

Health authorities said anyone who visited the A2Z medical clinic from September 29 to October 10 were considered close contacts of the GPs and must isolate and get tested immediately.

Alerts have also been issued for train services between Wiley Park and Lakemba, and Isra Medical Services in Lakemba.

No more pet bans

Pet owners are celebrating after the NSW Court of Appeal ruled blanket bans on pets in apartments were unlawful as they were “harsh, unconscionable and oppressive”.

The decision follows a long legal battle by Johanna and Leo Cooper, who live in an apartment building in Darlinghurst where strata scheme by-laws prohibit all pets.

The court said pets do not adversely affect other occupants’ lots, ruling the pet ban seemed to be for the convenience of the strata committee.

The decision was unanimous and will have far-reaching impacts for anyone living in an apartment in NSW who has been previously prohibited from owning so much as a goldfish.

Source : ABC News

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