More people who visited The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point are being told to self-isolate because of new coronavirus cases.
Anyone who was there between 22-25 July is being told to isolate for a full 14 days.
Contact tracing is underway after a primary school student in Sydney’s West tested positive to coronavirus.
Bayanami Public School is closed for deep cleaning.
Overseas, more than 40,000 new cases have been reported in Brazil, with 921 more people dying from coronavirus.
US President Donald Trump is calling on some states to loosen coronavirus restrictions, even as medical experts urge the country to shut down.
The United States has reported nearly 4,300,000 cases of COVID-19.
The state of Florida has recorded its deadliest day since the start of the pandemic.
Australia says it will always act in the national interest when it comes to dealings with China.
The issue has been discussed during talks between Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and their US counterparts in Washington DC.
Prescriptions will soon be handed out electronically, under federal government changes.
From September, doctors will be able to send electronic scripts by text or email following a phone consultation.
New research suggests people who are strongly pessimistic about life, are more likely to die younger.
The QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute study shows those with a high pessimism score were, on average, likely to die two years earlier than those with a lower score.
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